Learn Command Line and Batch Script Fast, Vol. I-III

A course from the basics of Windows to the edge of networking
by D Armstrong
$6.99
eBook

Publisher: D Armstrong

Publication Date: August 10, 2015

ISBN: 1230000599597

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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The Windows command line is a commonly used tool for IT support and system administration.
Batch scripting is a tool for automating the command line.
If you are learning one of these, it makes sense to learn both.

Learn both here!

In volume one, you learn how to:
- get information about your computer and its contents
- customize the command ("cmd") window
- open files and run programs
- navigate the file system
- read text from, and write it into, files
- restart local and remote computers on a network
- process numbers and text
- automate all of the above by using batch scripts
- and more

In volume two, you learn how to:
- sort, search and filter text
- use local and global variables
- use loops and error codes
- work with files and folders
- copy and paste in bulk, selectively
- automate all of the above by using batch scripts
- and more

In volume three, you learn how to:
- connect to remote computers
- use subroutines and functions
- run two scripts at once
- loop through files, folders, numbers, and text
- handle unknown numbers of parameters
- automate all of the above by using batch scripts
- and more

This is a book for people who want to learn command line and batch scripting fast.

It features:
- a step-by-step approach, with new concepts building on earlier ones
- teaching by examples
- concise explanations
- practice exercises, with answers
- the bigger picture: how and why commands may be used

Buy the complete course here today.