assoc curiosity

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#1
First, I must admit that I don't have a practical purpose for this, but saw
that assoc behaves differently on cmd and tcc when the extension includes a
space. I was not able to find a syntax that defined such an association in
tcc, but in cmd this works fine, but appears to be ignored (neither effect
nor error message):

assoc ".zzz zzz"=zzztype

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Jim Cook
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#2
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Cook" <>
| First, I must admit that I don't have a practical purpose for this, but
saw
| that assoc behaves differently on cmd and tcc when the extension includes
a
| space. I was not able to find a syntax that defined such an association in
| tcc, but in cmd this works fine, but appears to be ignored (neither effect
| nor error message):
|
| assoc ".zzz zzz"=zzztype

I succeded in TCC creating such an association using the /R syntax, putting
the text in a file. Furthermore, by using a file type already known (same as
associated with .DOC) I successfully opened the file with the intended word
processor.
--
Steve