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MORE + Displaying One Screen at a Time

Displays data one screen at a time.


PC-DOS 2.0+

MS-DOS equivalent: MORE (2.0+)




[d:][path] MORE


[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and path that

contain the MORE command file.

MORE is used to display data one screen at a time to give

you a chance to review the contents of each screen before




displays the output from the DIR command one screen at a time.


displays the file OCT.RPT one screen at a time. (The less-than

sign tells DOS you are using input redirection.)


Press Ctrl-C to cancel the MORE command.


After MORE displays 23 lines (if you have a 25-line screen),

it displays

-- MORE --

and waits for you to press any key before it displays the next

screen. If you do not use the before a file name, MORE echoes

each line you type.


[For related topics, press R]


FIND Command

SORT Command

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