RmDir

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The RmDir command removes a subdirectory. You may also simply use the first 2 letters of the command - RM. For a complete list of abbreviations, visit the Keyword Abbreviation page

Syntax

RMDIR [<drive>:\] [<path>\] <directory>

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Default

Use the current drive and directory.

Parameters

Drive is the drive letter of the disk on which you wish to remove a directory.

Path is the sequence directories leading to the subdirectory to be removed.

Name of directory to be removed indicates the name of the subdirectory to be removed.

Comments and Examples

The subdirectory that you wish to remove must be empty. It can contain no other files or subdirectories. Also, BR does not allow you to delete the current directory.

The following example removes the subdirectory IMPORT from the current directory of the current drive:

RMDIR IMPORT

The next command removes the subdirectory IMPORT from the directory DIR1 on drive A:

RMDIR A:\DIR1\IMPORT