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Batch File Echo Prompt

Using: echo set /p=. The simple SET /P method has limitations that vary slightly between Windows versions.Leading quotes may be stripped.Leading white space may be stripped.Leading = causes a syntax error.See for more information.jeb posted a clever solution that solves most of the problems at I've refined the method so that it can safely print absolutely any valid batch string without the new line, on any version of Windows from XP onward. Note that the:writeInitialize method contains a string literal that may not post well to the site. A remark is included that describes what the character sequence should be.The:write and:writeVar methods are optimized such that only strings containing troublesome leading characters are written using my modified version of jeb's COPY method. Non-troublesome strings are written using the simpler and faster SET /P method.

@echo offsetlocal disableDelayedExpansioncall:writeInitializecall:write '=hello'call:write ' world!%$write.sub%OK!' Echo(setlocal enableDelayedExpansionset lf=^set 'str= hello!lf!world^!!!$write.sub!hello!lf!world'echo(echo str=!str!echo(call:write 'str='call:writeVar strecho(exit /b:write Str:::: Write the literal string Str to stdout without a terminating:: carriage return or line feed. Enclosing quotes are stripped.:::: This routine works by calling:writeVar::setlocal disableDelayedExpansionset 'str=%1'call:writeVar strexit /b:writeVar StrVar:::: Writes the value of variable StrVar to stdout without a terminating:: carriage return or line feed.:::: The routine relies on variables defined by:writeInitialize. If the:: variables are not yet defined, then it calls:writeInitialize to:: temporarily define them. Performance can be improved by explicitly:: calling:writeInitialize once before the first call to:writeVar::if not defined%1 exit /bsetlocal enableDelayedExpansionif not defined $write.sub call:writeInitializeset $write.special=1if '!%1:0,1!'

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Batch file commandsBatch File Echo Prompt

Set '$write.special='for /f delims^=^ eol^=%%A in ('!%1:0,1!' ) do (if '%%A' neq '=' if '!$write.problemChars:%%A=!'

Equ '!$write.problemChars!' Set '$write.special=')if not defined $write.special ('%$write.temp%1.txt' (echo!str!!$write.sub!)copy '%$write.temp%1.txt' /a '%$write.temp%2.txt' /b nultype '%$write.temp%2.txt'del '%$write.temp%1.txt' '%$write.temp%2.txt'set 'str2=!str:.%$write.sub%=%$write.sub%!' Or 0x1A:::: $write.problemChars - list of characters that cause problems for SET /P:::: Note that and also causes problems, but are handled elsewhere::set '$write.temp=%temp%writeTemp%random%'copy nul '%$write.temp%.txt' /a nulfor /f 'usebackq'%%A in ('%$write.temp%.txt') do set '$write.sub=%%A'del '%$write.temp%.txt'for /f%%A in ('copy /z '%f0' nul') do for /f%%B in ('cls') do (set '$write.problemChars=%%A%%B 'REM the characters after%%B above should be )exit /b. As an addendum to @xmechanix's answer, I noticed through writing the contents to a file: echo set /p dummyName=Hello World somefile.txtThat this will add an extra space at the end of the printed string, which can be inconvenient, specially since we're trying to avoid adding a new line (another whitespace character) to the end of the string.Fortunately, quoting the string to be printed, i.e. Using: echo set /p dummyName='Hello World' somefile.txtWill print the string without any newline or space character at the end. A solution for the stripped white space in SET /P:the trick is that backspace char which you can summon in the text editor EDIT for DOS.

To create it in EDIT press ctrlP+ctrlH.I would paste it here but this webpage can't display it. It's visible on Notepad though (it's werid, like a small black rectangle with a white circle in the center)So you write this. So, after doing a pretty damn thorough search I haven't found this ANYWHERE on the net. It might be the one time I've actually discovered something, and by dumb luck. For those who don't know you CAN enter control characters if you put your cmd prompt in legacy mode and use the right font. But if you simply redirect anything to a file or con it works too. Paste this EXACTLY into your command prompt: 'echo ←c◙◙○○ Harharhar!!◙○○ -◙◙○○ I am the worst!?:'(○ ♪○NOPE!.♪○ I feel great!

Hazzah-le-oop!◙◙○ I am programmeer hear me. Something.◙con'.–Feb 16 at 3:11. Here is another method, it uses Powershell Write-Host which has a -NoNewLine parameter, combine that with start /b and it offers the same functionality from batch.NoNewLines.cmd @ECHO OFFstart /b /wait powershell.exe -command 'Write-Host -NoNewLine 'Result 1 - ';Write-Host -NoNewLine 'Result 2 - ';Write-Host -NoNewLine 'Result 3 - 'PAUSEOutput Result 1 - Result 2 - Result 3 - Press any key to continue.This one below is slightly different, doesn't work exactly like the OP wants, but is interesting because each result overwrites the previous result emulating a counter.