"WB" <WB@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I couldn't find any better place to post this, so here it is:
That is batch script, this is a vbscript newsgroup. If you have other
questions to ask I'd suggest you go to
microsoft.public.win2000.cmdprompt.admin. Yes there are people here who
likely can answer such questions, but you will get lots more assistance in
the other group.
> I'm trying to find a way to echo a pipe command (>>) to a file.
> Basically I'm trying to have one batch file create another batch file on
> fly. Unfortunately one of the commands already has a pipe command in it:
> FOR /F %%I IN ('%1') DO ECHO %%~I >>%2
> So to pipe it to a batch file, I would normally do this:
> echo FOR /F %%I IN ('%1') DO ECHO %%~I >>%2 >> c:\test.bat
> Unfortunately this fails because there are two sets of pipe commands (>>)
> the line.
> Is there a way around this, maybe a way to specify ASCII characters in
> of >>?
> Bill Baker