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s3r01n0

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Hey everyone. This is more like a question instead of a topic, I think. I thought the forum most relevant for this question or discussion would be this sub-forum here. Recently I realized the power of batch files. I started off with a website that was clear and concise about what a batch file is and how to construct a basic one. When I tried looking for another site that can give me more knowledge on the power of the batch, I found a lot of information to be scattered or touching upon different areas in this study that require prerequisite knowledge. My question is does anyone know of a site that breaks down batch files into lessons? or if not, and i know this is an old knowledge, but does anyone know of a good book to read about batches? Thanks everyone and happy holidays! get crunked up! :D
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Wikipedia: Batch file
http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Batch_file

(See "References" and "External links" at the bottom of the page as well).
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This site may be of assistance. :D
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thanks for the replies. Wikipedia article is ok. I did find the references at the bottom of the page useful. I'll keep second link in mind. Thanks.
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You're more than welcome. :D
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