Configuration Commands

BREAK:
This Command is used to set decondition of control and C or ^Break to be effective or not interrupt a programme.
Syntax : Break ON / OFF

If the break is said to on then the user can interrupt a program by using ^Break and the otherwise this is not available to.


SHELL:
It comes out to previous level of command processor or interpreter for a time.
DEVICE:
Specifies a device driver file to located into the RAM to give support to the devices.
Syntax : Device [ Drive: ] [ Path] Device drive.


BUFFERS:
Specifies the number of buffers that can be maintained in the memory at a time.
Syntax : Buffers = NNN
Where the NNN refers to the Maximum number of buffers that the user is going to use.


FILES:
This Command is used to specify the Maximum number of files that can be opened at the time. Syntax: Files = NNN


LAST DRIVE:
It specifies the legal drive that can be operated or specified by the user.
Syntax : Last Drive = [ Largest Legal Drive Letter]


REM:
This Command is used to deactivate the command in the configuration file.
Syntax : Rem REMARK / NOTE / COMMAND


The following are the system commands that can be used at the command prompt.

DATE: Allows to change and display the system date.

TIME; Allows to change and display the system time.

MODE: Used to configure the printers, display, baud rate, key board type, matic rate and code page switching.

PROMPT: To change the system prompt. 


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