A batch file is a file that contains a list of commands to execute. TCC reads and interprets each line as if it had been typed at the keyboard. Like aliases, batch files are handy for automating computing tasks. Unlike aliases, batch files can be as long as you wish. Batch files take up separate disk space for each file, and can't usually execute quite as quickly as aliases, since they must be read from the disk.

 

Some of the topics included in this section are:

 

Onestep        .BAT, .CMD, and .BTM

Onestep        Echoing in Batch Files

Onestep        Batch File Line Continuation

Onestep        Batch File Parameters

Onestep        Using Environment Variables

Onestep        Batch File Commands

Onestep        Interrupting a Batch File

Onestep        Automatic Batch Files

Onestep        Detecting TCC and Take Command

Onestep        Using Aliases in Batch Files

Onestep        Debugging Batch Files

Onestep        String Processing

Onestep        Batch File

Onestep        Lua Support

Onestep        Perl Support

Onestep        Perl Support

Onestep        Python Support

Onestep        REXX Support

Onestep        Ruby Support

Onestep        Tcl/tk Support

Onestep        EXTPROC / Shebang Support