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copying files and setting thier attributes with DOS

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by withinlightning, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. withinlightning

    withinlightning Banned

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    @echo off
    set /p x="Source:"
    echo.
    set /p y="Destination:"
    echo.
    set /p e="Extension:"
    echo.
    copy %x%\*.%e% %y%
    echo Select an option to do:
    echo.
    echo Hide=h Read-Only=r
    echo.
    echo Sys-file=s archive=a
    set /p z="My option:"
    echo.
    attrib %y%\*.%e% +%z%
    goto :eof

    write in notepad and save it as filename.bat
    run and check....!!

     
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    to copy all file in specific location
    enter * when you are prompted for extention
     
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    here are a few logical mistakes in this code but ignore them.this code is for multiple files copying of a specific extension.and if u want to copy all files of any extension, type * when u are prompted for extension.i m new to DOS so ignore mistakes...!!

     

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