copy create's an almost empty (1K) file when a wildcard (*?) is used in the source & an output name is specified.
copy /D /V *?ample.png %homepath%/example.png
it works for some file types (.txt .rtf)
copy /D /V *?ample.txt %TEMP%\example.txt
interestingly wildcards in both the source & the destination fixes this,
copy "*xample.pdf" "%TEMP%/*xample.pdf"
but messes up the file name, it be comes: le.pdfxample.pdf
is this a Bug or bad syntax? i'm stumped.
i'm on Windows 7 x86_64
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