1.    23 Apr 2007 #1
    Developer Guest

    How take an user input in command line Options


    I want to take user input from commandline and procees based on it

    In windows XP I can do


    set /p test=Enter 1 or 2
    IF %test%==2 GOTO TWO
    IF %test%==1 GOTO ONE


    How can I do in WIndows CE 4.2 or CE 5.0. It doesn't recognize set /p
    command


    Any help is appreciated

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  2.    26 Apr 2007 #2
    Marco Shaw Guest

    Re: How take an user input in command line Options



    >
    > How can I do in WIndows CE 4.2 or CE 5.0. It doesn't recognize set /p
    > command


    Wrong place to ask about Win CE...

    Marco
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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