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DOS Help 12 years 10 months ago #2438

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Just a general question for the forum. Does anyone know of a great website for learning DOS. I'm not a novice - just not as advanced as I would like to be in writing batch files, etc. Thanks!
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Re: DOS Help 12 years 10 months ago #2442

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ask and you will learn.. 12 years 10 months ago #2446

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The people here have nothing better to do then wait around and answer our questions. Ask your questions and they/we will answer. What about .BAT files bugging ya?

Kn1ght the confused.
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Re: DOS Help 12 years 10 months ago #2450

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Just out of curiosity, why DOS?

If you are running on NT or 2000, you can look at Shell Scripting or Windows Script host. There are a couple of good books on that if you are interested. The NT shell scripting goes into Batch files pretty deeply.
Thanks,

Tom
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Re: ask and you will learn.. 12 years 10 months ago #2453

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The people here have nothing better to do then wait around and answer our questions.

Hahaha, if only.....
Sahir Hidayatullah.
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Re: DOS Help 12 years 10 months ago #2456

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Thanks a bunch for all the replies guys. In answer to the question "why DOS?" - I've been promoted to a point now in my career that my current peers have all been working with computers long enough that they are very DOS saavy. While DOS may be dead to the general public, you all know as well as I that it is still utilized behind the scenes. I used writing a batch file as an example in my post; as we at my work are always writing small files to install new software packages or to migrate network shares. It is just simply an area that I know I can improve in. I'm not familiar with Shell Scripting or Windows Script host - at least not yet:-)
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