Batch Script

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A Batch Script is a piece of system-level program logic which can control specific system functions via a command prompt (most commonly Batch is supported in Windows server environments but may be ported to others).


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Windows Terminal

Supports PowerShell, standard DOS-style "command prompt", and others; all with multi-tab support for managing several terminal windows at once.

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To pass a specific command-line input parameter from a Batch script to a called program within it, use:

%1 %2 %3 ... %15

For the first, second, third and fifteenth parameter (etc).

To pass through all command-line input parameters from a Batch script to a called program within it, use:





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See Also

Shell Script | Windows | DOS