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Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles should be DOS or DOS batch related.
DOS or DOS batch Related Microsoft Knowledge Base Articles. These are articles published by Microsoft and most often found on Microsoft's own servers, although articles may be mirrored at other sites including ftp sites.
Submitted sites should have content specifically for batch related scripting under Microsoft''s NT based Operating Systems; Windows NT, 2000, XP, or newer versions.
Batch and related scripting under Microsoft's NT based Operating Systems; Windows NT, 2000, XP, or newer versions. CLI (command line interface), Windows console applications, Visual Basic, Windows Scripting Host.
Submitted sites should have content directly related to the category. This category is specifically for DOS batch where the standard (commonly available) general helping tools are employed: Qbasic, Debug, ASCII Assembler, AWK and SED.
QBasic is a high-level interpreted programming language included with MS-DOS since 1985. Debug is a powerful DOS batch tool available in all versions of MS-DOS. ASCII Assembler is a translation of .com file source code into ASCII characters. The resultant code is placed inside a DOS batch file and used to reconstruct the .com file by use of the ECHO command. No compiler or decompiler is required. AWK is a complete pattern scanning and processing language. SED can perform large-scale, non-interactive editing tasks.
Submitted sites should have content directly related to the category. This category is specifically for DOS batch utilities, ie. specialized programs suitable for batch use in DOS and DOS-based operating systems (such as Windows (95/98/ME). Please note that Windows console applications are not DOS programs.
Programs suitable for batch use in DOS and DOS-based operating systems (such as Windows 95/98/ME).
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