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How to copy files using command prompt script?

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I have a folder of around 1000 .tif files.

Out of these, I need to copy or move 100 selected tif files to a new folder.

Those 100 files are there in the text file which is located in the same folder along with 1000 tif files.

So using this text file as input parameter , I need to copy the tif in that folder & move it to a new folder.

How to write a batch script to do so? Please :)
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