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Renaming files with ms dos

payam9518payam9518 Posts: 1Member
Hello, I wanted to know how to get rid of the redundant first part of a series of file names using an ms-dos command. Here's an example:


should become:

the redundant part being 2010a. Thank you very much.


  • AlencarAlencar Posts: 2Member
    I offer two solutions:

    Use a "BAT" (I got this program with a friend).

    [code]@echo off
    setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
    set deletestring=[2010a]
    echo Pronto para Come
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