*Conan The Librarian
1.$ RENAME AVERAGE.OBJ OLDAVERAGE The RENAME command in this example renames the highest existing version of the file AVERAGE.OBJ to OLDAVERAGE.OBJ. If no file named OLDAVERAGE.OBJ currently exists, the new file is assigned a version number 1. 2.$ RENAME/NONEW_VERSION SCANLINE.OBJ;2 BACKUP.OBJ The RENAME command in this example renames the file SCANLINE.OBJ;2 to BACKUP.OBJ;2. The /NONEW_VERSION qualifier ensures that, if BACKUP.OBJ;2 already exists, the RENAME command does not rename the file, but instead reports the error. 3.$ RENAME *.TXT;* *.OLD;* The RENAME command in this example renames all versions of all files with the file type TXT to have the file type OLD. The file names and version numbers are not changed. 4.$ RENAME WATER.TXT [.MEMOS] The RENAME command in this example changes the directory name of WATER.TXT from your default directory to the MEMOS subdirectory. (The RENAME command moves the file to another directory.) 5.$ RENAME [BORDERS.TESTFILES]SAVE.DAT TEST The RENAME command in this example renames the file SAVE.DAT in the directory BORDERS.TESTFILES to TEST.DAT. The new file is moved to the current default directory.