On 06 Jul 20 22:16, Alan Ianson wrote to you:
I want the script to "Hit" Enter after it passes a few
I don't have a batch file or shell script that does that so I have no functional example.
When I was still using DOS, I used to use a BFDS util called qECHO to do this...
qECHO " to <%TMPDRV%\FileFix.txt" CR LF >>%TMPDRV%\NetMgr0%NODE%.Cfg
You might note the action is implanting a '<' redirection symbol into a disk file (normally illegal in DOS), and the use of a 'CR LF' sequence. No guarantees, but I think qECHO could help you.
If you had/have a BFDS repository (old file echo thing) near you, then look for a util called 'horst32' (about 61Kb, with a swag of other DOS utils). Or, you might like to FREQ this node for either horst32 or horst32.zip - if you can't do FREQ netmails, let me know & I'll forward it you.
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