The ALIAS command defines alias to commands.
Defines an alias.
name : Name of the alias to be created.
command : The command use to expand name on command line each time name is called. Obviously command can contain switches and parameters, but it is supposed to be static.
ALIAS allows redefining an internal command. This functionnality is interesting if you have to hook some internal command.
ALIAS does not check that the aliases it creates are not self-calling (eg. no circular declariation). If ALIAS is used to create such aliases, these alias will lead to infinite loop (or even a lack of memory) when used.
Does not exist in cmd.exe.