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DOS Doctor - DOS Batch Subs Ready for Use V1.15 released

90 modular DOS Batches, that you can use "as is":
-- Date/Time handling,
-- add days,
-- CMDs with "Delayed Expansion",
-- subs for disk partitions,
-- language detection,
-- string handling and last but not least
-- generating/debugging of complex DOS projects ...
-- and a very detailed handbook.

Posted by Magra 2009-06-15

DOS Doctor - DOS Batch Subs Ready for Use V1.14 released

75 modular DOS Batches, that you can use "as is":
-- Date/Time handling,
-- add days,
-- CMDs with "Delayed Expansion",
-- subs for disk partitions,
-- language detection,
-- string handling and last but not least
-- generating/debugging of complex DOS projects ...
-- and a very detailed handbook.

fix: NetUse_User (and NetUse_IPC) always returned an error

Posted by Magra 2009-03-23

DOS Doctor - DOS Batch Subs Ready for Use V1.12 released

new: Dir_Select: select Source and Destination; automatically copy Src >> Dest
new: Prog_Name_Wait: wait until Program is finished
new: GetProgID: get Windows System ID of named program
new: Chk_EXE_Exist: check if named Program is loaded
new: MsgBox.exe: show message box <Title> <Message>

Posted by Magra 2009-02-25

DOS Doctor V1.11 released

DOS Doctor V1.11 released
-- DOS Batch Subroutines ready to use

4.27 ... Dir_Select ...... select a folder to copy files to
4.28 ... Dir_SelectCopy ...... copy files from source to selected dir

Posted by Magra 2009-02-17

DOS Doctor - DOS Batch Subs Ready for Use V1.09 released

V1.09 Revised:
NetUse_IPC, NetUse_User, NetUse_UserStandard
NetSend_Error, NetSend_CompName, NetSend_ErrorNames
ShowError

Posted by Magra 2008-12-03

DOS Doctor - DOS Batch Subs Ready for Use V1.08 released

DOS Doctor - DOS Batch Subs Ready To Use

DOS Doctor - Batch Subroutines Ready To Use

Modular build DOS Batch Subroutines supporting Date and Time handling inclusive error handling, command execution with automatic "Delayed Expansion", subroutines for disk partitions, language detection, string handling and last but not least "debugging" of complex DOS projects ... and a detailed handbook (today 60 pages).... read more

Posted by Magra 2008-11-17