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       mmove - move or rename an MSDOS file or subdirectory

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Description

       The mmove command is used to moves or renames an existing MS-DOS file or subdirectory.
       mmove [-v] [-D clash_option] sourcefile targetfile
       mmove [-v]  [-D clash_option] sourcefile [ sourcefiles... ] targetdirectory

       Mmove moves or renames an existing MS-DOS file or subdirectory. Unlike the MS-DOS  version
       of  MOVE,  mmove  is  able to move subdirectories.  Files or directories can only be moved
       within one file system. Data cannot be moved from MS-DOS to Unix or  vice-versa.   If  you
       omit the drive letter from the target file or directory, the same letter as for the source
       is assumed.  If you omit the drive letter from all parameters,  drive  a:  is  assumed  by
       default.

See Also

       Mtools' texinfo doc

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