Command: dog

  DOG is an alternative COMMAND.COM shell.


  DOG [-P[[:]envsize]¦-E:envsz¦-C command line]


  -P               Makes DOG a PERMANENT shell. Using this flag will
                   also result in the execution of in the
                   current directory.
  -E envsz         Makes the environment to (envsz / 16) 16 bit pages.
  -C command line  Executes the command line and exits.


  The internal commands are:
    CD  Changes the current directory to Path.
    CT  Changes the current IO terminal to Device.
    EH  Print a (formatted) string to stdio (normally the screen).
    HH  Prints all DOG commands, and names
    MD  Creates a new directory as in COMMAND.COM
    RD  Removes a directory as in COMMAND.COM
    SE  Sets the specified env_var to string in the environment.
        Without arguments the command prints all env_vars to the screen.
    XX  Exits the current DOG shell. Works only if the shell is not a
        primary shell.
  The external commands are:
    BR  CC  CL  CP  CT  LS  MV  RM  SZ  TP  VF  VR (see documentation).
  DOG has an extensive documentation that is beyond the scope of
  this help. For more information see:  OR:


  - none -

See also:

  Copyright © 2002 Wolf Bergenheim, help version 2023 W. Spiegl.

  This file is derived from the FreeDOS Spec Command HOWTO.
  See the file H2Cpying for copying conditions.