ECHO -- Add spacing option

rps

Jul 6, 2008
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4
#1
Add an optional spacing parameter to the existing echo command.
Example:
Code:
echo /s2 some text to display
would produce output:
Code:
<blank line>
some text to display
<blank line>
Of course this would change the way an actual echo of /s2" was entered. So, perhaps another command like:
Code:
echoS /2 some test to displayed
 

rps

Jul 6, 2008
378
4
#3
Why not just use ^n in your output string?
What and type ^n twice. :smile:
Just kidding. I have and do use ^n; however I like the idea of a clean, native TCC solution.

Try double spacing other STD output items, such as a DIR listing, with just ^n available. Not impossible, just not very clean in either an alias or batch file.
There is the ECHOX command, even thought there are other ways to display what is needed. Again cleaner. Automation please. :rolleyes: