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What kind of computer language is used to write this code below?

@ echo off
echo Messenger
set /p n=User:
set /p m=Message:
net send %n %m
Goto A

Also, what language do I need to understand to write windows system files like the ".bat" file.
Posted 3-Nov-10 22:01pm
Updated 3-Nov-10 22:05pm
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Solution 1

This is a batch script that can be used for scripting in windows.

See here:[^]
CPallini 4-Nov-10 4:13am
Fixed the link.
Tarun.K.S 4-Nov-10 5:15am
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Solution 3

Looks like an olde worlde DOS Batch Script beloved of the elderly gentlefolk of the IT world.

Accessable now through the command shell, but originally the bread and butter of the computer world.

Nobody uses it today unless they really need to or they are creakingly old.

Thanks for the nostalgic trip down memory lane.
PogoboyKramer 4-Nov-10 8:10am
Thanks Dave, you just called me "creakingly old"... That's just my old knee brace hinges. I'm not that old, but I do still use batch files periodically.

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