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Is there any difference in writing windows commands in small case or upper case ? Do I need to remember the case when writing commands on windows prompt ?

Ravinder Singh
Posted on : Mon, May 15, 2017
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Window commands are not case sensitive which means writing commands in uppercase or lowercase will make no difference.
For eg - MOVE and move have same meaning in Windows command prompt.
But Linux is case sensitive which means you need to remember the case while writing commands in linux.
Nidhi Gupta
Mon, May 15, 2017
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