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DOS, nested FOR NEXT

Discussion in 'DOS/Other' started by ChuckE, Sep 16, 2004.

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  1. ChuckE

    ChuckE Thread Starter

    Aug 30, 2004
    Years ago, like at least 10, I remember reading a magazine article that has a simple batch file example of some nested FOR NEXT loops that was phenomenal. It was only a few lines long also.

    I was a subscriber, at the time, to magazines like DOS World, PC World, PCMag, and I had tried many times to try and dig through my old magazines trying to locate it, but never did find it. I think the warden (my wife :rolleyes: ) cleaned out my cell, and might have relocated the wanted magazine.

    I can't tell you what it was about, or what the batch file even accomplished. Being that it was just an example, I don't think it was anything useful. It was just an exercise of how to nest FOR's.

    So, I am wondering, is there anybody here who is "old school" and recall, or know, any examples of some remarkable FOR NEXT loops that you'd like to share.

    I am not looking for long batch files, just a few lines, that you think will astonish and/or amaze.
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