[Proj] Slightly off subject

Gerald Evenden gerald.evenden at verizon.net
Wed Feb 9 00:09:50 EST 2005

Ahh soo!  I did see the "run" line but didn't know anything about the 

Obviously, the sales person had never been there. ;-)   Kinda like some
Apple users I know.

Many thanks.

I'll have to sneak back to Staples and leave a command screen on their 

On Feb 9, 2005, at 12:01 AM, Andy Canfield wrote:

> Yes, I use it every day at work. The Windows command line has become
> very Unix like and less DOS like as you move into the NT, WIN2K and XP
> operating systems. Largely because the shell group in charge of it has
> a very heavy Unix background. Go to your start button, find the run
> option and type in cmd it will pop open the command line. Lots of good
> addins for the Windows command line out there now too that allow all
> sorts of scripting to be done. Heck all the old stuff more or less is
> still in there also. Even edlin is still in there.
> 	...

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