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mget command to get multiple files from ftp server

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hi all..
I was using mget to get multiple files from a ftp server..
but the proble is that for each file, the server ask Y/N.that is whether to download that file or not..
how to suppress this Y/N
Please help
ASAP
Regards
Nitin
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by:olthoff
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the "prompt" command turns off interactive mode.  You won't be prompted for anything unless you run prompt again.
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by:khacharn
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hi olthoff
I am using Visual Basic For doing the FTP ..
Will this prompt command work..?
regards
Nitin
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I don't see why not, the prompt command has to be accepted by the host system, once the host has interactive turned off you won't see the prompts and it would be a matter of saving the file.
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by:khacharn
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Thanx for all the help.
Regards
Nitin
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