Dec 122017
 
Allows choices during the execution of batch files, including autoexec.bat.

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CHOOSE v2.1 - Simple, yet powerful,
means of menu controlled branching within
AUTOEXEC or other BATCH files. Unlimited
cascading/nesting. A menu selection causes
a branch in the batch flow to perform needed
DOS commands as well as present other menus
with more choices and more branches.
IBM-PC, DOS 2 (runs between applications).
Keywords: MENU, BATCH, AUTOEXEC, ERRORLEVEL,
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION, & VISUAL IMPAIRMENT.


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Category Batch Files
Allows choices during the execution of batch files, including autoexec.bat.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CHOOSE.COM 8396 4110 deflated
DSKMSG.COM 18375 7348 deflated
DSKMSG.MUX 236 159 deflated
DSKMSG.SDX 641 348 deflated
DSKMSG.TXT 203 135 deflated
DSP_COLO.SDX 1169 548 deflated
DSP_SPEC.SDX 1157 545 deflated
DSP_TEXT.SDX 1084 465 deflated
FILES 896 359 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 437 314 deflated
MAIN.MUX 195 154 deflated
MANUAL.TXT 29597 8337 deflated
MENU.BAT 4401 1196 deflated
MM_BRA.SDX 1029 464 deflated
MM_INS.SDX 515 282 deflated
MM_INT.SDX 1089 612 deflated
MM_REG.SDX 759 376 deflated
MM_SEL.SDX 897 383 deflated
MM_WST.SDX 535 303 deflated
README 1152 568 deflated
REGISTER.FRM 2080 577 deflated

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CHOOSE v2.1 - Simple, yet powerful,
means of menu controlled branching within
AUTOEXEC or other BATCH files. Unlimited
cascading/nesting. A menu selection causes
a branch in the batch flow to perform needed
DOS commands as well as present other menus
with more choices and more branches.
IBM-PC, DOS 2 (runs between applications).
Keywords: MENU, BATCH, AUTOEXEC, ERRORLEVEL,
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION, & VISUAL IMPAIRMENT.

C H O O S E

The CHOOSE program provides an easy to use, yet powerful, means of menu
controlled branching within the AUTOEXEC or other BATCH stream.

CHOOSE may be used as a conventional menu system to provide a main menu
from which programs may be run; however, CHOOSE provides much more.
Since menu selections cause a branch to a specific position within a
batch file, DOS commands at that position not only can run a program,
but also may select drives, change directories, copy and rename files,
as well as present another menu with more choices and more branches.

The number of menus in a batch stream is unlimited and you may nest or
cascade menus as freely as needed. The more complex the environment,
the more useful CHOOSE is in keeping things simple and avoiding error
prone situations.

WITH YOUR CHOOSE FILES IN THE CURRENT DRIVE/DIRECTORY, PROCEED BY
ENTERING "MENU" ON THE DOS COMMAND LINE.



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