Introduction: How to Make the Matrix in Batch File / Notepad

well its prity easy all you need to do this is a little bit of knowledge on how to use notepad and batch

Step 1: Open Notepad / Text Document

the matrix is a combination of lots of different numbers we ar not going to waist
time on typing all the numbers into notepad so if we put %random% it will make
its own combination of numbers

all you need to do is copy code in part 2 into notepad

Step 2:

and here is the code

@echo off
:start
echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%
goto start

Step 3: Saving It

most people would now how to save a command file
but for those who don't this is how

first make shore you copied the code exactly as I had it
the goto

file
save as
I would recommend saving it to your desktop
save the file as


for example mtrix.bat
but . bat has to be at the end of every batch file you make

Comments

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klaus-peter (author)2009-03-09

THANKS FOR CHECKING OUT MY INSTUCTABLE ON HOW TO MAKE THE MATRIX IF YOU HAVE EANY QUESTIONS PLEASE LEAVE COMENTS THANKS

author
SebastianL85 (author)klaus-peter2017-01-20

Stop Screaming ._.

author
implaxis (author)2009-03-09

Personally, I wouldn't trust any code written by someone who doesn't even double-check their spelling on their Instructable. You also need instructions on how to execute it, and especially how to exit the program.

author
SebastianL85 (author)implaxis2017-01-20

Ha,nice joke,but its not a bad thing

HAHA!.jpg
author
klaus-peter (author)implaxis2009-03-11

okay thanks ill work on my spelling its my fist time ever making an Instructable thanks for pointing it out though I rushed this aswell a bit

author
nathangill (author)implaxis2009-03-09

Once it's saved as a .bat file, you run it by double clicking it. You end it by closing it like any other window, or if it's in full screen, hitting "Alt" + "Enter" to turn it into a window and then close it like any other window. That code is very safe, I assure you. It's pretty much just the old "Hello World!" programs, but taking advantage of a random number generator.

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lemonie (author)implaxis2009-03-09

If you know how to spell, you know how to execute a .bat (in the context of this Instructable I don't think that piece of information is necessary). L

author
SebastianL85 (author)2017-01-20

note bein rood but ur speelin es terreeeeble (that spelling is on purpose)

author
aprasad3 (author)2011-06-06

i have discovered
if you put these codes after "@echo off the text will be colorful
for:
"color 0a" Green
"color 0b" blue
"color 0c' Red
"color 0d" Purple
"color 0e" Yellow
and so on.....

author
balas2 (author)aprasad32014-12-20

"color 0a" Green

"color 0b" blue
"color 0c' Red
"color 0d" Purple
"color 0e" Yellow

"color 0f" Silver

author
balas2 (author)aprasad32014-12-20

"color 0a" Green

"color 0b" blue
"color 0c' Red
"color 0d" Purple
"color 0e" Yellow

"color 0f" Silver

author
balas2 (author)aprasad32014-12-20

"color 0a" Green

"color 0b" blue
"color 0c' Red
"color 0d" Purple
"color 0e" Yellow

"color 0f" Silver

author
balas2 (author)2014-12-20

"color 0a" Green

"color 0b" blue
"color 0c' Red
"color 0d" Purple
"color 0e" Yellow

"color 0f" Silver

author
erudite (author)2012-09-26

If you set the color as 0g it will show you the key for each color

author
chevespeed (author)2011-12-18

copy this to notepad and then save as a .bat file and open it and then alt +enter
@echo off
title matrix
color 0a
:top
echo %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random% %random%
goto top

author
acarper1 (author)2011-11-16

is it possible to make it open it three times with one click to make it fill the screen

author
aprasad3 (author)2011-06-06

you can also put "color 0b" after @echo it gives it blue color
or try other codes
have fun.....

author
gforce12 (author)2010-05-20

 You should insert "color 0a" after "@echo off" this will turn the text green. Its much cooler looking.

author
jack the ripper (author)2010-02-10

i tried it and it dosent work

author
cheesemaker101 (author)2009-03-09

think this has been done before

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