Hold your questions, please

Last modified on August 13th, 2012 at 12:09 pm


You’re creating a batch file that copies a group of files from one folder to another, but you don’t want the batch process to stop if a file is overwritten during the copy process. What command line option allows the copy command to overwrite files without any prompts?

A) copy /a

B) copy /n

C) copy /v

D) copy /y

E) This is why my hard drive is getting so cluttered.

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