DOSUTIL is a collection of small utilities for batch files.
ASKECHO (ASK and ECHO) Simply writes its arguments to stdout.
CGENERR Takes one numeric argument in the range of 0 .. 255. It
terminates immediately returning this number as error code.
Tests the "IF ERRORLEVEL n" command of batchfiles.
DUMPENV Simply writes the current environment to stdout in much the
same way as the built-in command SET (without arguments)
would do it.
FAM (Find and modify) is a program that reads text from its
stdin channel, line by line, and splits each line into
several (up to ten) fields, according to certain rules.
FNTOOL A LFN-aware utility to process DOS filenames in various ways.
FORM Displays a form on the screen, accepts the user's entries.
GENERR Takes one numeric argument in the range of 0 .. 255. It ter-
minates immediately returning this number as error code.
Tests the "IF ERRORLEVEL n" command of batchfiles. See
INLINE Reads lines beginning with a distinct label from a file and
writes them to stdout.
INVOKE Is a program that takes the name of another program as first
argument and possible (up to 19) more arguments.
PIPESET (PIPE via stdin and SET environment variable) can be used to
set environment variables.
PRINTF Print formatted does essentially the same as the built-in
echo command, but allows to format the text in various ways.
RPN (Reverse Polish Notation) is a program to carry out numeric
SCRDUMP Writes a portion of the screen to stdout if stdout is redir-
ected to a file. Serves as logging feature in batch files.
SELECT (SELECT an item from a menu) is a program which presents
the user a menu from which he/she can pick an item.
TEE is a program that simply copies its stdin to stderr.
TIMESTMP (TIMESTaMP) is a program that simply writes its arguments to
TR (TRanslate characters) is a program which allows to replace
certain characters in an input by a replacement.
Please run "command" without any arguments for more information.
DOSUTILS have an extensive documentation that is beyond the scope of
this help. For more information see:
Examples for all these comments are beyond the scope of this help.
Sorry for that. Please run "command" to get more information.
Copyright © 2010 Jürgen Hoffmann, help version 2023 W. Spiegl.
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