TAT System

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About: There are two of us, one does most of the programming, the other manages messages and information systems on the server.

This is a batch subsystem that was created by my friend and I.
We both enjoy batch files and have been working on them and researching them for months now, and have finally decided to create an instructable of it.

The credit for all games and applications goes to SeJma, Shadow Ops, and ourselves. You can find these in the Apps section that we created in our system.

Step 1: Open Notepad

Open Notepad by clicking the Start Button, click All Programs, click Accessories, then click notepad. After the below file is downloaded/copied, copy and paste it to Notepad and save it as TAT.bat.

Step 2: Download This File

= PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR DOWNLOADS =

Downloading also available at www.apprevolution.webs.com - If you have any programs you want published, please contact drmjj55: www.instructables.com/member/drmjj55

If you cannot, you may still download them here:
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Step 3: Created Via Server

Below are images of TAT's network server hub and root.

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    203 Discussions

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    I recognize some of the exact chunks of code in this... you copied some of this from Xtron, but then again, this is cooler. :3

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    Chad Baxter

    6 years ago on Introduction

    uh...go check out mine : https://www.instructables.com/id/Batch-To-SchoolMy-First-Instructable/

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    Callum Snowden

    10 years ago on Step 3

    TATcreator, WoW!!!!!!!! That's awefully comlicated! I'm doing a school project on computer networking and I don't know much about it, could you give any links, tips or stuff like that please. Ta uberdum05

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    isodaCallum Snowden

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 3

    Its not that complicated. It just takes a lot of time making tons of menus and designing. It has nothing to do with computer networking though =\.

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    Callum Snowdenisoda

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 3

    By the way, the messages above and below, which are mine, were designated for TATcreator™

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    Callum Snowdenalexpja

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    No, I know TATcreator™ isn't a trademark, I just felt like putting it. And, while I'm on a roll, I wasn't saying that just TATcreator is the only one allowed to answer my questions, everbody can, it was mainly headed at TATcreator.

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    Callum Snowdenisoda

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 3

    No, I know that batch is nothing to do with computer networking, but what I'm trying to say is that we've got an end of year project coming up, and because I know a lot about computers, I chose computer networking, which I don't know much about. So could you give me any pointers to any decent websites with info on them??

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    fwjs28

    9 years ago on Introduction

    WOOT, win7..im probably getting a netbook soon, so ill finally get to completely tinker with windows7 YAY 

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    TATcreatorfwjs28

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It's actually an RC Version we got for FREE some time in July. It has a permenant license, so no expiration date or trial. We just sent Microsoft an application telling them we were open-source developers and that we would love to beta test the OS without them paying us. Quite the deal! All we did then was tell them at the release date on August 8th what we evaluated, and we kept the installation ISO file.

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    fwjs28TATcreator

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    *in a little kids whiny voice*

    Luuuuckkky! lol..i might be going sometime this week after school to bestbuy...cant wait!