SET FEXT - change the extension of the existing file
- [SET] FExt ext
- [SET] FType ext
- The SET FEXT command allows the user to change the path of the file currently being edited.
- The 'path' parameter can be specified with or without the trailing directory seperator. Under DOS, OS/2 and Windows ports, the drive letter is considered part of the file 's path.'
- See SET FILENAME for a full explanation of THE 's definitions of fpath, filename, fname, fext and fmode.'
- It is not possible to use this command on pseudo files.
- XEDIT: N/A
- KEDIT: N/A
- See Also:
- SET FNAME, SET FILENAME, SET FTYPE, SET FMODE
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Generated on: 30 Jan 2006
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