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Thread: Problems with STDOUT in dos

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    Question Problems with STDOUT in dos

    Ok when altering the STDOUT (standard output) in dos to point towards a .txt file is there anyway of putting multiple commands in the one batch file each writing to the same .txt without overwriting the previous output??

    thanks in advance


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    Yup, use >> instead of just >.
    Chris Shepherd
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    Thanx man much appritiated


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