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where the arguments to the alias will be file names (quoted if necessary). DO's handling of a list (/L) seems to prevent this.
FOR %f IN ( %$ ) handles it OK. And I suppose I could use a delimiter (say ';') but then I'd have to talk myself out of the 20+ year habit of separating file names with spaces. Is there a reason why quoted strings among DO /L's set are not handled as they are everywhere else in TCC?
alias foo `do f in /L %$ (...)`
v:\> do f in /L "1 2" 3 4 ( echo %f ) "1 2" 3 4