How to Make the Matrix in Batch File / Notepad

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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

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

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.

Ha,nice joke,but its not a bad thing

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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

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.

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

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

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.....

"color 0a" Green

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

"color 0f" Silver