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@ 4.0 and later—Internal

Normally, DOS echoes to the screen every line in a batch file before executing it. Although this capability can be handy when you are testing a new batch file, you usually want to use ECHO OFF to turn off the echo feature in a batch file you use every day. With the “at” sign (@), you can turn echo off for each line individually if you want to.


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