Dec 082017
 
Utility that deletes files that are zero bytes in size. C source included.
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Utility that deletes files that are zero bytes in size. C source included.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
0DEL.C 6327 1718 deflated
0DEL.EXE 11577 7537 deflated
0DEL.TXT 2986 911 deflated

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* 0DEL.EXE by Peter M. Perchansky *
* 412-1 Springside, Drive East *
* Shillington, PA 19607 *
* (No phone calls please) *
* *
* Written in Microsoft Quick C Version 2.00 on 8-11-89 *
* Copyright (c) Peter M. Perchansky 1989 *
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0DEL.EXE allows you to delete zero byte files from your directories.


Usage for 0DEL.EXE:

0DEL
0DEL /S
0DEL /A
0DEL
0DEL /S
0DEL /A


Examples of Usage:

0DEL
Delete all zero-byte files in the current directory.

0DEL /S
Deletes all zero-byte files in the current directory,
and in subdirectories.

0DEL /A
Change to root directory, and delete all zero-byte files
in all directories.

0DEL junk.*
Delete all zero-byte files named junk in the current
directory.

0DEL junk.* /S
Deletes all zero-byte files named junk in the current
directory and subdirectories.

0DEL junk.* /A
Change to the root directory, and delete all zero-byte files
named junk in all directories.

0DEL *.tmp
Delete all zero-byte files with the extension .tmp in the
current directory.

0DEL *.tmp /S
Deletes all zero-byte files with the extension .tmp in the
current directory and all subdirectories.

0DEL *.tmp /A
Change to the root directory, and delete all zero-byte files
with the extension .tmp in all directories.


0DEL.EXE will not search directories or subdirectories that are
hidden.

0DEL.EXE was tested successfully on a Mitsubishi 286 as well as
several XT and AT compatibles using DOS versions 3.30 thru 4.0.

0DEL.EXE is FREE! I offer no implicit or implied warranties. I
debuged and tested 0DEL using the above mentioned computers and
operating systems. 0DEL worked. I cannot promise 0DEL will
work on all makes and models of computers or operating systems.
It should, but I cannot promise it.

Lastly. I would appreciate any suggestions or comments on how to
improve 0DEL, or otherwise further my knowledge of the C
Language. I write and modify programs for a living; but, I'm new
to C --- so please send me your tips. Please try to send your
communications through normal mailing services, INTERLINK, or
CompuServe 71301,344.


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