Windows IT Pro 2015-08-27 16:30:00

Scripts have a long history on the Windows OS platform. In Cmd.exe most people call them batch files, but they are scripts nonetheless. The command-line parsing rules that Cmd.exe uses mean that some commands you enter on a Cmd.exe command line behave differently than when you put the same commands in a batch file. This is an ongoing source of confusion for those not familiar with Cmd.exe’s syntax quirks.

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