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0 "CALL <batchfilename> is used within a batch file to execute commands from\n
another batch file. When the batch file exits, control returns to the file\n
which called it. The CALL command may supply parameters to the called\n
procedure.\n
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Changes to default directory, environment variables etc made within a\n
called procedure are inherited by the caller.\n"
1 "CD <directory> is the short version of CHDIR. It changes the current\n
default directory.\n"
2 "CHDIR <directory> changes the current default directory.\n"
3 "CLS clears the console screen.\n"
4 "COPY <filename> copies a file.\n"
5 "CTTY changes the input/output device.\n"
6 "DATE shows or changes the system date.\n"
7 "DEL <filename> deletes a file or set of files.\n"
8 "DIR lists the contents of a directory.\n"
9 "ECHO <string> displays <string> on the current terminal device.\n
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ECHO ON causes all subsequent commands in a batch file to be displayed on\n
the terminal device before they are executed.\n
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ECHO OFF reverses the effect of a previous ECHO ON (ECHO is OFF by\n
default). The ECHO OFF command can be prevented from displaying by\n
preceding it with an @ sign.\n"
10 "ERASE <filename> deletes a file or set of files.\n"
11 "The FOR command is used to execute a command for each of a set of files.\n
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Usage: FOR %variable IN (set) DO command\n
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The % sign must be doubled when using FOR in a batch file.\n"
12 "The GOTO command transfers execution to another statement within a batch\n
file.\n
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The label which is the target of a GOTO may be up to 255 characters long\n
but may not include spaces (this is different from other operating\n
systems). If two or more identical labels exist in a batch file the first\n
one will always be executed. Attempting to GOTO a nonexistent label\n
terminates the batch file execution.\n
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GOTO has no effect when used interactively.\n"
13 "HELP <command> shows brief help details on a topic.\n
HELP without an argument shows all CMD built-in commands.\n"
14 "IF is used to conditionally execute a command.\n
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Syntax: IF [NOT] EXIST filename command\n
IF [NOT] string1==string2 command\n
IF [NOT] ERRORLEVEL number command\n
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In the second form of the command, string1 and string2 must be in double\n
quotes. The comparison is not case-sensitive.\n"
15 "LABEL is used to set a disk volume label.\n
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Syntax: LABEL [drive:]\n
The command will prompt you for the new volume label for the given drive.\n
You can display the disk volume label with the VOL command.\n"