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Batch Files Under Windows

Batch file - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See, especially, the "External References" section at the end of this article.

Microsoft Corporation line, batch files

Command line reference -
Command-Line Reference

In a command window, type:

help <enter>

help |more<enter>

to see the list one screen at a time

for a list with short descriptions of all commands.

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