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by Simon P Stevens
How to set the current directory correctly when running batch scripts as administrator
by Chris Maunder
A quick overview and a simple Windows CMD script to make your terminal output a little more lively
by Dan Randolph
Builds on the existing RunRemote project to run commands on a remote server.
by Reto70
if you want to run the script in the folder where the script is store you can add the following code@ECHO %0 %*@pushd@cd /D "%~dp0"@cd....@pause@popdin most case %0 is the name of the script including the full path%~dp0 is only the drive and the path of the scriptcd...

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7 Apr 2022 by Chris Maunder
A quick overview and a simple Windows CMD script to make your terminal output a little more lively
23 Dec 2011 by Dan Randolph
Builds on the existing RunRemote project to run commands on a remote server.
13 Nov 2016 by Jack Vanlightly
In this article we'll look at common patterns in batch processing and how the Taskling libraries provide a simple and reliable way of using those patterns in your C# batch jobs.
9 Apr 2019 by Elias Bachaalany
Practical and useful Batch files scripts for beginners and advanced users
17 Mar 2014 by x3F
Batch scripts that help install MongoDB on a Windows PC
10 Jan 2023 by FormerBIOSGuy
This article describes a set of batch, AWK, and PostScript files that together allow you to create personalized, 12-page PDF calendars for some year.
6 Mar 2016 by FrostedSyntax
How to create batch files that make navigating the filesystem in the command prompt a breeze.