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Feb 7, 2012
Combine Multiple Commands on one Line with Windows
Can you combine multiple command one one line with a Windows command prompt? You bet.
Just separate each command with a semicolon (;) and precede the command with two ampersands (&&).
For example, the following line performs three directory listings with one command line:
dir;&&dir /w;&&dir /b
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