This batch command is used for copying files from one location to the other.
Copy [source] [destination]
The files will be copied from source to destination location.
The following example shows the different variants of the copy command.
@echo off cd Rem Copies lists.txt to the present working directory. If there is no destination identified , it defaults to the present working directory. copy c:\lists.txt Rem The file lists.txt will be copied from C:\ to C:\tp location copy C:\lists.txt c:\tp Rem Quotation marks are required if the file name contains spaces copy “C:\My File.txt” Rem Copies all the files in F drive which have the txt file extension to the current working directory copy F:\*.txt Rem Copies all files from dirA to dirB. Note that directories nested in dirA will not be copied copy C:\dirA dirB
All actions are performed as per the remarks in the batch file.