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Long File Names in CMD.EXE

Posted on 1997-02-07
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Everytime I try to manipulate files from the DOS promt I get an error if it is a long file name.  I know NT can handle the long file names, but is there a way to use them at the Command Prompt Level?
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Simply put the path of the long file name in quotes. ie.

"C:\program files\goofy.exe"
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