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Enter multiple commands on a single command line, executes them sequentially.
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Enter multiple commands on a single command line, executes them sequentially.
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DO.COM 13440 6393 deflated
DO.DOC 896 427 deflated

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Brief Notes on DO.COM

Here's a little gem that came with no documentation, so I am
writing these brief notes.

This program allows you to string more than 1 command together on
the DOS command line, each separated by semi-colons. Thus, the syntax
is:

do cmd1;cmd2;cmd3

For example:

do dir;chkdsk;ws;pibterm

Try it -- the program really works! An ascii dump of the program
shows the author to be George Fischer, and that the program was written
in Lattice 'c'. Thanks, George, whoever you are.


Bob Blacher
Sysop, Computer Connections
Washington, D.C.
(202) 547-2008 1200/2400 baud


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