Command Processor Commands

Command Processor Commands (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/6/2010

The following table shows the command processor commands, with a description of the purpose of each.

Programming element Description

ATTRIB

This command displays or changes the attributes of a file.

CALL

This command calls one batch program from another.

CHDIR, CD

This command displays the name of the current directory, or changes the current directory.

CLS

This command clears the screen.

COPY (Command Processor)

This command copies one or more files to another directory.

DATE

This command displays or sets the date.

DIR

This command displays the files and subdirectories that a directory contains.

ECHO (Command Processor)

This command displays a message, or sets whether or not the command processor echoes the commands that the user enters.

ERASE, DEL

This command deletes one or more files.

EXIT

This command exits the command processor shell.

GOTO (Command Processor)

This command directs the command processor to a labeled line in a batch program.

HELP

This command displays a list of available commands.

IF (Command Processor)

This command performs conditional processing in batch programs.

MKDIR, MD

This command creates a directory.

MOVE

This command moves files from one directory to another directory.

net

This command performs network-related operations.

PATH

This command displays or sets a search path for executable files.

PAUSE (Command Processor)

This command suspends the processing of a batch program.

PROMPT

This command changes the prompt for the command processor.

PWD

This command prints current directory path.

REM (Command Processor)

This command records comments in a batch file.

RENAME, REN

This command renames a file or files.

RMDIR, RD

This command removes a directory.

SET (Command Processor)

This command sets or removes an environment variable, or displays the values of all of the environment variables.

SHIFT

This command changes the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file.

START

This command starts a separate window that runs a specified application or command.

TIME

This command displays or sets the system time.

TITLE (Command Processor)

This command sets the title of the command processor window.

TYPE

This command displays the contents of one or more text files.

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