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Dated: Mar. 22, 2012
Do you like tinkering with Windows Command Line? It's an awesome way to learn batch scripting. But at times you may have a series of batch files that you would want to run or execute. Well, many folks don't know but there is a method that is used to do exactly that.
We get asked this too many times. To use any batch script, from within a script will require the
Here is an example:
But keep in mind that this will pause the execution of the first batch file and will wait for the completion or full execution of the called upon batch script before proceding.
However, if you would like to run both batch
scripts simultaneously, it would require the
START command. As always, when it doubt, always use the
/? for help. An example for each would be
CALL /? and
START /? from the command prompt.
Hope this answers a ton of similar questions.
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