xcopy is a copy command used in the OS/2 command line.
XCOPY [drive:][path] filename [drive:][path] filename [/D:date] [/S][/E][/P][/V][/A or /M][/H][/T][/R][/O][/F]
- Specifies the location of the file to copy.
- Specifies the target destination and file name.
- Copies files changed on or after the specified date.
- Copies non-empty directories and subdirectories.
- When used with /S, includes empty directories.
- Prompts you before performing a copy.
- Verifies files copied to disk correctly.
- Copies archived files only, but does not turn off the attribute bit of the source file.
- Copies archived files only and turns off the attribute bit of the source file.
- Copies hidden files and attributes to the destination.
- Copies system files and attributes to the destination.
- Copies read-only files and attributes to the destination.
- Specifies that any files in the destination can be overwritten by the copy operation.
- Causes XCOPY to fail if the file to be copied contains extended attributes that are not supported by the destination file system.
Copy files from e:\ to c:\ with several options to include hidden files, empty folder, etc. Very useful if you copy the all the operating system files to a different disk.
xcopy c:\ e:\ /h/o/t/s/e/r/v
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