--- nobu.nokada / softhome.net wrote:
<snip>
> * /dev/null doesn't exist on Windows.

I believe it exists (not sure if on *ALL* versions) as
"NUL". Notice that it is spelt with a single L

Try this :

Microsoft Windows 2000 [Version 5.00.2195]
(C) Copyright 1985-2000 Microsoft Corp.

C:\>mkdir junk_nobu

C:\>cd junk_nobu

C:\junk_nobu>dir
 Volume in drive C is LOCAL
 Volume Serial Number is AC53-D8CC

 Directory of C:\junk_nobu

08/20/2004  05:04p      <DIR>          .
08/20/2004  05:04p      <DIR>          ..
               0 File(s)              0 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  35,783,368,704 bytes free

C:\junk_nobu>dir > null

C:\junk_nobu>dir
 Volume in drive C is LOCAL
 Volume Serial Number is AC53-D8CC

 Directory of C:\junk_nobu

08/20/2004  05:04p      <DIR>          .
08/20/2004  05:04p      <DIR>          ..
08/20/2004  05:04p                 326 null
               1 File(s)            326 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  35,783,368,704 bytes free

C:\junk_nobu>dir > NUL

C:\junk_nobu>dir
 Volume in drive C is LOCAL
 Volume Serial Number is AC53-D8CC

 Directory of C:\junk_nobu

08/20/2004  05:04p      <DIR>          .
08/20/2004  05:04p      <DIR>          ..
08/20/2004  05:04p                 326 null
               1 File(s)            326 bytes
               2 Dir(s)  35,783,368,704 bytes free

C:\junk_nobu>




		
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