A command interpreter, or command processor, is that crucial part of the operating system software that interprets, or processes, the commands you give, and then carries them out for you. In DOS, the command processor is usually COMMAND. COM, although DOS lets you substitute another command processor if you want. This sounds pretty technical and scary, but it really isn’t difficult.
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