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Phil Robyn [MVP]
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      29th Mar 2004
destatnj2 wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> Is there a way to suppress the carriage return that is inserted after an
> echoed statement?
> For instance, something like:
>
> echo Hey
> echo you
>
> that would output:
>
>
>>Hey you

>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Pete
>
>


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C:\cmd>demo\NoCRLF
Hey you.
C:\cmd>rlist demo\NoCRLF.cmd
=====begin C:\cmd\demo\NoCRLF.cmd ====================
1. @echo off
2. echo/|set /p =Hey
3. echo/|set /p = you.
=====end C:\cmd\demo\NoCRLF.cmd ====================
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