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    Arrow CMD a programers dream!


    This is the ultimate thread of all cmd command nerds. I have questions how to do's challenges and much more check weekly to view the wide voriety of things this string can offer you.

    starting with the subject
    Copying and pasting with cmd commands.

    who can tell me how??
    -ONPUSTONT

    Pleas Excuese my spelling i am not known for my spelling.

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    CMD is most often used to reference the Windows weak shell interface, CMD.EXE. Is that what you mean?

    But this is a Linux site. The Linux equivalent would be a Bash shell running in a terminal emulator or virtual terminal. Is that what you mean?

    I sense your enthusiasm--that's good. But you need to be more clear what you are asking.

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