Executing commands or copy a folder using Adobe Air

Hello, Experts

How to execute any command like "dir" in windows or "ls" is unix using Adobe Air?

Also I want to know if there is a simple method for copying a directory.
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The Adobe help is pretty comprehensive on Air file operations with example code.

listing directory contents:

copying directories:

Are you looking for a working example?

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biztigerAuthor Commented:
Thanks! but how to execute any command using Air.

Let me know if it is not possible.

Not possible.

I use Zinc for this kind of thing, it's much more flexible than Air for building desktop applications. It also doesn't require a runtime installer which means you can run it straight off a CD if required. It is not free however. Go to www.multidmedia.com to try it out.

biztigerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help.
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