On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 7:08 PM, wiwa64 <wiw...@web.de> wrote:

> The new utility INLINE allows to place multi-line data, that is to be
> fed as input into another program via stdin, directly within the
> batchfile from which the program is invoked. Users who are familiar with
> shell programming under UNIX, might recognize a certain similarity with
> so called 'here documents' serving the same purpose though they are
> implemented differently.

"here documents" for DOS.  Ahhhh.

> Please feel free to explore the various (in total seventeen) utilities
> in the package, which can be downloaded from here:
> http://www.bttr-software.de/products/jhoffmann/, to see whether some of
> them might possibly be useful. Further details are given in the two
> instructon files dosutils.txt and form.txt which are also part of the
> package.

I also noted NTOOLS in a seperate package.  As it happens, I know the
guy who wrote netcat on which it's modelled. This is very nice to have
for DOS.

Thank you!

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