If command - different with CMD

Apr 12, 2019
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Dear Madame and Sirs,

using cmd this works as expected - but not as .btm-file.
Is there any difference in using if statement?
Best Regards and thanks, Christian Weissenberger

REM shoud be used with parameters %1 etc.
set sourcefile_fdir="\\XAMPP-SRV\variandok\140297.docx"
REM set sourcefile_fdir=%1
set sourcefile_fn="140297.docx"
REM set sourcefile_fn=%2
FOR /F "delims=" %%I IN (%sourcefile_fn%) DO SET sourcefile_fn_unquoted=%%I
set sourcefile_fname=140297
REM set sourcefile_fname=%~n2
set sourcefile_extension=.pdf
REM set sourcefile_extension=%~x2
REM Quelle URL: How to extract extension of input file parameter using Windows batch script

REM Expansions:
set sourcefile_extension_doc=.doc
set sourcefile_extension_docx=.docx
set sourcefile_extension_pdf=.pdf
set sourcefile_extension_jpg=.jpg

REM ... should be equal
if /i %sourcefile_extension%==%sourcefile_extension_pdf% (
echo Do anything with the PDF
)
 
May 20, 2008
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Syracuse, NY, USA
I see only one IF statement and it seems to depend on exactly two SET statements. That much works here. What version of TCC are you using?
Code:
v:\> type forumq.btm
set sourcefile_extension=.pdf
set sourcefile_extension_pdf=.pdf
REM ... should be equal
if /i %sourcefile_extension%==%sourcefile_extension_pdf% (
echo Do anything with the PDF
)
v:\> forumq.btm
Do anything with the PDF