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IF ELSE and Comments

@IF "A" EQU "A" (
@ECHO True
) ELSE (
@CD .

in CMD it's allowed to mark a commandblock () with @ to disable output (ECHO OFF) of a whole block, like
@IF "A" EQU "A" (
) ELSE @(
CD .

In practice, i disable any possible output and enable areas where i must debug
Depending on the number of @s, it might be more efficient to use "echo off" and "echo on" .. yes/no?
What's with the @ signs in front of the parentheses?

@As the first character in a line: Do not save the current line in the history list when it is executed, nor store it in the CMDLINE environment variable.