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On Fri, 01 Dec 2017 16:59:45 -0500, nospam<nospam@nospam.invalid>

>In article<>, Tony Cooper
><> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Anyone who writes, as you did,  "move is another, although move means
>> >> deleting the originals" should never accuse anyone else of being over
>> >> their head in a topic.
>> >
>> >that's *exactly* what move means. 
>> If you had ever demonstrated a sense of humor here before, I would
>> think you are joking.  But, you're not.
>> Moving a file does not delete anything.  It merely relocates the file.
>move a file from volume to another volume and the file will be copied,
>then the original deleted,

Nonsense.  The original is moved.  Nothing is deleted.

>resulting in one instance of the file.

Of course.  The one instance is the original in the new location.
Remember the example of the apple being moved from one hand to the
other.  It's still the original apple.

You are confusing the "original location" with the "original file".
The moved file is the same as it was in the prior location.  It
remains the original.

Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida