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Batch file input with arguments


Batch file input with arguments

By : Ime Heron
Date : November 19 2020, 12:41 AM
Hope that helps I'm working on a batch LAN chat which has a supported list of commands. I wanted all commands to have arguments rather than taking the user to separate input prompts. , Focusing on your question which is converting a command:
code :
REM Get user command.
Set /p m=[Command]

REM Reset arg variable.
SET "arg="

REM Parse command and arg out of the user entered value.
REM Tokens are broken up by a space.
FOR /F "tokens=1,* delims= " %%A IN ("%m%") DO (
    SET m=%%A
    REM arg variable will get all text after the first space.
    SET arg=%%B
)

ECHO Command = %m%
ECHO Arg = %arg%
Command = send
Arg = hello world


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How to create a DOS batch file that produces an output file with a list of files specified in the batch arguments?

How to create a DOS batch file that produces an output file with a list of files specified in the batch arguments?


By : xiangmocheng
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I want to create a batch file batch.bat that can be executed as follows , There is a nice command to help you here:
code :
REM ...

REM need to create output file name here as it will be gone after the first iteration
SET output_file=%1.list
COPY NUL %output_file%

:LOOP
REM jump out of the loop if there are no more parameters are present
IF "%2"=="" GOTO :EOF

REM 
DIR /b *.%2 >> %output_file%
SHIFT
GOTO :LOOP
Ant build script to run a batch file, while passing user input to batch file

Ant build script to run a batch file, while passing user input to batch file


By : user2185347
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I am writing a build script that is meant to execute a .bat file, with the user providing input before pressing enter to execute the ant script. I have used the bat file already, and it works well, but I have never tried integrating a bat file into a build script before, especially one that requires input. The build script without the input component should look like this I believe: , You can pass parameters using -D switch:
code :
-D<property>=<value>    Defines a property name-value pair on the command line.
<target name="css-val">
    <exec dir="M:\burnjc_view\ServiceTeams\Team 4\Report\CssValidation\bin" executable="cmd" os="Windows 7">
        <arg line="/c cssvalFile.bat ${file1} ${file2}"/>
    </exec>
</target>
ant -Dfile1=somefile -Dfile2=somefile build.xml
Batch - Take Multiple Arguments from User Input

Batch - Take Multiple Arguments from User Input


By : Manish Harlalka
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Okay, after learning SHIFT, thanks to the tip of JosefZ, I have my answer.
To compile multiple files, I used the following
code :
set folder_path=%1
SHIFT
:start
echo | set /p=g++ -c %folder_path%\%1.cpp > run.bat
pkg-config --cflags --libs gtkmm-3.0 >> run.bat
echo exit >> run.bat

start /wait run.bat
del run.bat
move %1.o %folder_path%
SHIFT
if not "%1"=="" (goto :start)

PAUSE
set folder_path=%1
set files=
set var=
SHIFT
:set_files
set files=%files% %folder_path%\%1.o
SHIFT
set var=%1
if not "%var:~0,1%"=="/" (goto :set_files)

echo | set /p=g++ %files% -o %folder_path%\%var:~1% > run.bat
pkg-config --cflags --libs gtkmm-3.0 >> run.bat
echo PAUSE >> run.bat
echo exit >> run.bat

start /wait run.bat
del run.bat

start %folder_path%\%var:~1%
Running jar file of Spring batch application in background in centos with input arguments

Running jar file of Spring batch application in background in centos with input arguments


By : Luis Ch.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem The problem is, nohup: ignoring input and appending out to nohup.out is saying that, it had started the service and printing the terminal message to nohout file. If I open the nohup.out file, it was saying a code level issue. After Fixing that, i could see my service running. To check active running jar, type jps -m. To kill the process Kill $PID {{PID}}
How do I call a child batch file with arguments from parent batch file?

How do I call a child batch file with arguments from parent batch file?


By : Johasthan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you When calling a batch file:
If the values you're passing are static, in the parent:
code :
call "%batchfilepath%" username fred password 12za34xs
call "%batchfilepath%" username "%userVar%" password "%passVar%"
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