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Stack DOS commands before executing - saves waiting for task completion.
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Stack DOS commands before executing – saves waiting for task completion.
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FLY

Creates and executes a batch file on the fly. If you have a dozen
things to do, and you don't want to use an editor to make a batch
file, just use fly, and enter your batch commands "on the fly".

When your'e done, just hit carriage return, and fly will execute
the batch file its created. The batch file name is $TMP.BAT, and
fly will delete it when its done.

This tiny programming effort has saved me the agony of watching
long processes wait for me to provide the next command.

The following example provides relief of a certain amount of agony,
oh, the little ">" is fly's input prompt;

C>fly
>arc x archive1
>arc x archive2
>arc x archive3
>arc x archive4
>
Other batch files can be executed by;

>command /c filename.bat


Any comments, suggestions or criticisms;

direct criticisms to :
Chairman of the Board
IBM Corp.
Armonk, NY

anything else to:
Bob Halsall
c/o Eastern 'C' Board
Suffern, NY
(914)-368-0658

If you find yourself using this program, please send
a few dollars to :
The American Cancer Society
90 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10016




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