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Member 12111231 4-Nov-15 7:09am View    
no because im using > toenter the output to a file
example;

echo hi >C:\users\%username%\say.txt
echo dude >>C:\users\%username%\say.txt

the text doc will read;

hi
dude.

the problem is that inside the echo i have the > command

echo echo hi >C:\users\%username%\say.txt >C:\users\lucas\yes.bat

i want the document yes.bat to read;

echo hi >C:\users\%username%\say.txt

the problem is the > in what i want to say is confusing it