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    Default DOS Copy Command

    Wanted to copy, changing extension, on all .js files in a folder.
    Code:
    copy *.js *.js1
    does not work. (It's been a while.) Any old timers here (or youngsters too) with the answer?

    Note: rename does not seem to work either:
    Code:
    rename *.js *.js1

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    Hey marain!
    rename *.js *.js1 is working as intended for me (on Windows 10).
    What operating system are you using? Are you in the right directory?
    Any other debugging info you can provide?

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