Posts Tagged ‘command interpreter’

Writing Useful Batch Scripts for Windows

Sunday, February 2nd, 2014

An often overlooked utility in Windows is the use of batch scripts.A batch script is nothing but a text file with the ‘.bat’ extension containing a series of commands to be executed by the Windows command interpreter. Along with calling programs from the command prompt, branching and looping logic is also possible. In this blog, I demonstrate some useful batch script functionality; I use Windows 7 as the operating system. (more…)

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