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Windows Command Line Interactive sort Tutorial

Today’s blog posting was going to be called Windows Command Line Piped sort Tutorial, but, alas, there is a good reason the Windows (MS-DOS) sort command is an exe file … you need a compiled program to work the piping, … Continue reading

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Windows Command Line sort Tutorial

If you were to nominate the most frequent “chore” you set your “software programs” to do, and we should never forget we are here to make software that achieves something, there is a big chance you’d choose the job of … Continue reading

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Windows Command Line Start Primer Tutorial

A lot of Windows desktop processing tasks require you to do more than one thing at a time (calling all afficianados of multitasking). Windows (from Microsoft) caters well for people who multitask, and there is a cute keyboard shortcut for … Continue reading

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More Windows Command Prompt Via Batch File Tutorial

This tutorial builds on the previous Windows Command Prompt Via Batch File tutorial, showing you the use of some Windows Command Prompt commands such as set /a, set /p, date, time, echo, pause, call, if, goto, for/f, systeminfo, ping, choice … Continue reading

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Windows Command Prompt Via Batch File Primer Tutorial

Tutorial … Transcript: Do you own a Windows computer? Have you heard of Command Prompt, or MS-DOS, or the DOS prompt? It is like Bash Scripting on Linux or Korn Shell scripting on Unix and could open a whole new … Continue reading

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