Logical operators are used to compute boolean expressions in batch programming.
In every directory, different files exist - NUL which is equivalent to /dev/null in Unix.
There are multiple ways to create an empty file in the Windows command line.
one using the
type command with the
pipe redirection operator
type NUL > empty1.txt
This creates an empty1.txt file.
Another, using the
cd command with the
pipe redirection symbol.
cd . > empty2.txt
Third, use the
call > empty3.txt
fourth way using the
copy > empty4.txt
The fifth way, using the
echo . > empty5.txt
The sixth way is using Notepad on windows
This creates empty6.txt and opens the empty file in Notepad.
The seventh way is using the break command.
break > empty.txt
The above all are commands to create an empty file with zero bytes of size in the Windows dos command prompt. The above all are commands to create an empty file with zero bytes of size in the Windows dos command prompt.