Introduction: The 3 Core Elements of Batch Files

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the name speaks for itself

Step 1: Commands

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here's some of the commands you should remember:

telnet [link] [port(if not given, its 23)]

echo [text]

pause (pause>nul does the same thing without text saying "press any key to continue...")

set /p [variable]=[prompt]

Step 2: Variables

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to set what a variable, type this:

set /a [variable's name]=[new value]

to prompt the user to type what a variable should be set to, type this:

set /p [variable's name]=[prompt]

Step 3: Checkpoints

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to make a checkpoint, type this:

:[checkpoint name]

to go to a chackpoint, type this:

goto [checkpoint name, no ":"]


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