The names of the temporary files depend on the Shell setup. If Task
Swapper is enabled,the temporary files are named:
where XXXX is a system generated hexadecimal string.
The number of temporary files remaining depends on the number of tasks
running at the time of the power down or reboot. These files must be
If Task Swapper is not enabled, the following two temporary files
These files are deleted the next time Shell is invoked.
In both cases, the temporary files are located in either the directory
specified in the AUTOEXEC.BAT
set temp=[drive spec]\[directory name]
line or in the DOS directory if SET TEMP=[drive spec]\[directory name]
is not used.
The contents of the file C3BDOSCM.BAT or XXXXDOSC.BAT are the commands
used to invoke the application. For example, if MS-DOS Editor was
invoked for the file AUTOEXEC.BAT, the contents of the generated batch
file would be as follows: