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Q.106plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use FOR to loop thru a range of variables.
Q.639plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: What is the difference in for syntax in command line and batch files.
Q.745plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: What is the syntax of the FOR command.
Q.1122plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use FOR to process each line in a text file.
Q.1140plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use FOR to loop thru and process each file in a directory.
Q.1158richtextSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use FOR command to process each file matching a pattern and rename with a prefix.
Q.1287plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use for to rename multiple files with same pattern.
Q.1391richtextSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use FOR to loop through a set of literals and run a command on it - for example to set the password for a set of users.
Q.1636richtextSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use for to loop through and process each line of output from a command or batch script.
Q.1982plainSoftware::OS::Windows::Command Line::For:: How to use for loop to rename all files with multiple words separated by a delimiter like dash and inserting additional word in the middle of the name.