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mdeltree - Unix, Linux Command
Namemdeltree - recursively delete an MSDOS directory and its contents
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The mdeltree command is used to delete an MS-DOS file. Its syntax is:
mdeltree [-v] msdosdirectory [msdosdirectories...]
Mdeltree removes a directory and all the files and subdirectories it contains from an MS-DOS filesystem. An error occurs if the directory to be removed does not exist.
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