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KILLDIR will remove a directory, even if it still contains files.
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KILLDIR will remove a directory, even if it still contains files.
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The utility KILLDIR.COM will remove a directory, even if it still
contains files.

Usage: KILLDIR directory

Rules: * You must be in the directory ABOVE the target directory BEFORE
KILLDIR is issued.
* Do not use a drive designation (i.e. B:), the default drive is
used.
* If there are read-only files, the user will be prompted to
decide about continuing. Any unsual files, (read-only, system,
hidden, etc.) are removed if the you decide to continue.
* If there are sub-directories below the target, you will be
prompted to decide if you want to delete them as well.

This utility will work with all DOS versions, starting with 2.0.

If you have any questions or suggestions, mail to:
Amy J. Goebel
#702
5903 Mt. Eagle Dr.
Alexandria, VA 22303
(703)756-7482 day
(703)960-7734 night


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