Assignment 2 Vanessa Palmer - 1a. 1e. 1e. The echo off...

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1a. 1e. 1e. The echo off command turns off the echoing feature, and the @ at the beginning of the command prevents the echo command itself from being echoed before it can work its magic. 1f. The purpose of the pause command is to allow you to read the message that is being shown. 2a. It does not recognize test as a command because we are not in the correct directory. We are in our Home directory. 2b. It means that any temporary files you create, get written to your profile and your profile only. So if another user logs on, they cannot access any of the files that you have created or that the computer has created in a temporary form. 2e.
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2f. 2g. The benefit of creating the Batch folder is that it stores all of your batch files you create. One centralized location. By modifying the PATCH command, it allows the CMD prompt window when you enter in the name of a batch file you have created to run, without having to change directories in the command prompt to the correct directory. 2i.
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3b. 3c. Each command was entered on a separate line, because when we saved the Test1.bat file, each command was on a separate line.
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course CIS 121AB taught by Professor Watson during the Fall '11 term at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.

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Assignment 2 Vanessa Palmer - 1a. 1e. 1e. The echo off...

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