Copies a file to another filename or directory.
/copy -ao <filename> <filename>
You can also use wildcards for the source filename, and a directory name for the destination.
- The -o switch overwrites a file if it exists.
- The -a switch appends the first file to the second one.
/copy "C:\file.txt" "C:\file2.txt"
Copies file.txt to the same directory with filename file2.txt.
/copy -o "C:\Program Files\mIRC\mirc.ini" "C:\backup-mirc.ini"
Copies C:\Program Files\mIRC\mirc.ini to a backup file and overwrites if it already exists.