WinBatch


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WinBatch

A Windows batch file program from Wilson WindowWare, Inc., Seattle, WA (www.windowware.com). Batch files are used to automate repetitive tasks. Using the .WBT file extension, a WinBatch file is a series of Windows Interface Language (WIL) commands. The optional WinBatch compiler generates .EXE files that can be run on any PC.
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