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Dos9

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A free cross platform command prompt

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Description

Dos9 is a free, cross-platform, command prompt directly inspired from cmd.exe, the windows command prompt. Dos9 aims to be as compatible as possible with cmd.exe, but it also aims to eases batch by providing a large set of commands.

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Features

  • Support of GOTO command
  • Basic cmd.exe commands supported
  • Supports floating numbers with set /p
  • Delayed expansion supported
  • Conditional operators, stream and pipe supported
  • Improved support for i18n
  • And many others ...
  • Full support of IF and FOR command

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    Very nice software. Easy and simple. If you are looking for a complete IDE for batch files see Batch Compiler (batch-compiler). Converts BAT to EXE Freeware. Real compiling + Draw graphics with Advance Commands!

    Posted 04/02/2017
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Additional Project Details

Languages

French, English

Intended Audience

System Administrators, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2013-08-29

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