command script

command script

A file of instructions that are performed by Windows. Using the .CMD file extension, command scripts are Windows "batch files," which differ from applications in machine language that are executed directly by the computer. Windows first converts the command script into machine language before causing the CPU to execute it. See batch file, batch file abc's and cmd abc's.
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It noted that the unfortunate thing about the attacks were when a command script was deployed on a router, it would execute the mining script on any device connected to that router, which could be done through wired or wireless connection.
Asked if they would raise anew the question of the command script change in a transparency server of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPRCV) during the vice presidential vote count, he replied in the affirmative, adding that they would provide a very detailed account of what allegedly transpired.
Quality criterion - Name: Quality of the proposed methodology for the execution of a command script / Weighting: 15%
I was hoping to access and tweak the command script in JMP to get the right estimates for fixed effects and more flexible random effects, but JMP's script is nothing like the Fortran/Basic of the main SAS package, and it was untweakable, by me anyway.
Marcos had decried massive cheating and automated fraud shaved his votes in favor of Robredo after a supposed change in the command script in the transparency server that received the unofficial count.
It can be used in an interactive mode with an easy to use interface, as well as generating and running command scripts for unattended operation (e.g., as a scheduled task).
"The most important thing in creating electronic reproducible research" he says, "is that the various components need to be filed in a standard way and that certain names must be used in the documents' command scripts." Interactive illustrations contain buttons in their captions, which serve as the interface between the LaTeX program and UNIX command scripts.

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