Thanks for that. Probably not worth the hassle when deleting them afterwards works. Just reading
"/F When used with /S, SYNC will not create any empty subdirectories"
depending on how you read it I thought it was a bug.
I'm now using the copy command rather than the sync command. I was hoping the /F wouldn't create empty directories when no files copied. It only not creates when the source directory is empty. I have solved this by deleting all empty directories afterwards. Would this be a bug or a feature...
Many thanks. I get an idea what you did. I added it to my batch file.
type https://finance.google.com/finance/converter^?a=aud^&from=%2^&to=%3 |! tpipe /simple=16 /simple=10 |! tail /n1
type https://finance.google.com/finance/converter^?a=aud^&from=%3^&to=%2 |! tpipe /simple=16...
Many thanks for that. I tried the type version saves looking for lynx... that brings back fond memories of accessing the internet via a unix shell account.
type https://finance.google.com/finance/converter^?a=aud^&from=AUD^&to=USD | tpipe /simple=16 /simple=10 | tail /n1
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Been playing with the sync command to backup a few files with the +A attribute. Seems to keep creating many empty subdirectories in the destination folder. However I did note if the target directory is empty it won't be created. So any ideas how I sync files without creating these empty...