How to get two or more commands together into a batch file

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I want to enter a command in command prompt after reaching a specific location. How can I achieve this?

e.g.,

set PathName="X:\Web Content Mgmt\Completed Filtering\2013_Folder"
set comd="dir /b /s *.zip"
start "cmd" cd /d %PathName%

I am opening the command prompt and giving it a path using PathName. Now after reaching that specific path I want to insert the comd variable into the command prompt to get the desired result.

These are the specific commands I am trying to execute in the batch file:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
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C:\Users\anoopn>x:
X:\>cd
X:\Web Content Mgmt\Completed Filtering\2013_Folder
X:\Web Content Mgmt\Completed Filtering\2013_Folder> dir /b /s *.zip > C:\Users\anoopn\Desktop\abc.csv

This question is tagged with batch-file cmd vbscript

~ Asked on 2013-07-08 10:26:56

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To get a user Input :

set /p pathName=Enter The Value:%=%
@echo %pathName%

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p.s. this is also valid :

set /p pathName=Enter The Value:

~ Answered on 2013-07-08 10:41:48


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You can use the following command. The SET will set the input from the user console to the variable comment and then you can use that variable using %comment%

SET /P comment=Comment: 
echo %comment%
pause

~ Answered on 2015-11-24 07:22:34


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