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Posted on 1998-12-10
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It's so boring to set off read-only attribute of each of my files. Are there some utils do do that. Sorry for such lame question
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c:\dos\attrib -r
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by:girts063098
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As I understand you want to open read-only files in Pascal and read(not write) data from them ?

Or you just want to clear read-only attribute of file ?
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by:joe_h
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addition:

attrib -r *.* /s

removes the read-only attribute from all files including those in subdirectories.
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Thank you.
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