ⓘ Filespec. In MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows, filespec is a term meaning a filename identifier that specifies both the name and location of a single file. The file ..

                                     

ⓘ Filespec

In MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows, filespec is a term meaning a filename identifier that specifies both the name and location of a single file.

The filespec differs from the filename in that the filespec includes a complete specification, within a particular file system, of the files location. Thus, win.com is a filename and C:\Windows\win.com is a filespec.

                                     
  • blue cyan. Examples of usage syntaxes: BE command parameters or BE filespec Commands available: ASK BEEP BOX CLS DELAY PRINTCHAR ROWCOL SA WINDOW For
  • NECPINW.CPI - DOS code page switching driver for NEC Pinwriters 2.08 ed. FILESPEC TXT from NECPI208.ZIP. Archived from the original on 2017 - 09 - 10. Retrieved
  • NECPINW.CPI - DOS code page switching driver for NEC Pinwriters 2.08 ed. FILESPEC TXT from NECPI208.ZIP, archived from the original on 2017 - 09 - 10, retrieved
  • systems used CCL s to create a file MAKE filespec edit a file TECO filespec or run a TECO program MUNG filespec data The following program is an example
  • The DIR and CAT catalog commands display all file specifications filespecs matching the query on all drives. Other commands utilities such as BACKUP
  • 4GL features included the MOVE function and new forms of the SHIFT and FILESPEC functions. The FAME SEARCH command was enhanced with the PATH option. Support
  • name, or a filename including wildcards and ? are said to accept a filespec file specification parameter. Commands that can accept only a single
  • syntax to specify file and directory passwords: .. DIRSPEC.EXT DIRPWD FILESPEC EXT FILEPWD The operating system will strip off one and also two - since