Instructions for append, debug and diskcomp commands


Append: sets the path of the non executable file

[applicable occasion] when you can’t find the manuscript you entered in multiple directories, you can try this life
The usage is similar to path.  

[method] append [path]; [path]

[example] C: \ > append C: \ test

Set the path to find non executable files to C: \ test. If there are files in this directory, 1 Txt
Call 1. 0 in other directories Txt cannot be found, you can automatically find the C: \ test directory.  

        D:\UCDOS>edit 1. Txt you can find C: \ test \ 1 Txt file

Debug program debugging command

[suggestion] if you have learned assembly language, you should be able to use debug. If you haven’t learned it, you’d better not

[usage] debug [file name]

Diskcomp compare disks

[applicable occasion] compare whether the two disks are the same. I didn’t expect to use them when. Use DiskCopy for comparison
Why not use DiskCopy / V verification for the two disks of Bei?  

[method] diskcomp [drive letter 1] [drive letter 2] Compare disk 1 and disk 2

Diskcomp / 1 ¢ compares only the first side of the disk

Diskcomp / 8 ¢ compares only the first 8 sectors without tracks

[example] C: \ > diskcomp A: A:
Compare two disks in the same floppy drive

        Insert FIRST diskette in drive A: 
Put in the first disc

        Press any key to continue . . . 

        Comparing 80 tracks 18 sectors per track, 2 side(s)    
         Insert SECOND diskette in drive A: 
Put in the second disc

        Press any key to continue . . . Compare OK 
The comparison found no difference

        Compare another diskette (Y/N) ?n 
Whether to compare other disks, select y to continue the comparison, and select n to stop