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Moving files using command prompt
How to move files in the Windows command line (MS-DOS)
move stats.doc c:\statistics
If you'd like to move multiple files, you can separate the file names with a comma, as in the following command.
move stats.doc, morestats.doc c:\statistics
In the next example, we are moving the file "example.doc" to the D:\ drive.
move example.doc d:\
You can also move multiple files by using wildcards. In the example below, the move command is moving all files that have the ".doc" file extension to the "c:\statistics" directory.
move *.doc c:\statistics
Using the move command, you can also move a directory (folder). In the example below, the move command is moving the directory "example" in the current directory to another directory called "new" that is also in the current directory.
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