|Execute a DOS command or run a program at a specific time.|
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Contents of the AT.DOC file
AT [8/26/87] Command Scheduler (c) 1987 Bill Frolik
Schedule a DOS command for execution at a specified time and date.
usage: AT [ ? | -num | [+]time [date] DOS command line ]
? shows currently scheduled events.
-num deletes item number
date is month and date, and may be specified in MM-DD, MM/DD or DD.MM
format. Note that a year may not be specified.
time is specified in hour and minutes, run together or optionally
separated by a colon. An 'am' or 'pm' may be appended to the
time string; a plus sign signifies time relative to the current time.
Scheduled commands are only issued when your system is waiting for you
to enter a DOS command at the current command level; any other activity
postpones command execution. And remember: the schedule goes away at
power-off or reboot.
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