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How would I go about creating a batch file that opens up a bunch of others all at once? Like, persay I had batch1, batch2 and batch3...

How would I go about creating a batch file that runs batch1, batch2 and batch3 all in one go?
 

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Although I've never done batch programming, after a quick overview of the language I'd say you'd accomplish such a thing with something like:

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CD "Path\To\Your\BatchFileDirectory"
batch1.BAT
batch2.BAT
batch3.BAT
batch4.BAT

Hope this helps.
 

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That opens batch1, when batch1 is done, it moves onto batch2 and so on and so forth. I wanna know if it's possible to run all of em at one time, simultaneously.
 

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That opens batch1, when batch1 is done, it moves onto batch2 and so on and so forth. I wanna know if it's possible to run all of em at one time, simultaneously.
This should work:
Code:
@navigate to directory before running batch files
START batch1.bat
START batch2.bat
START batch3.bat
START batch4.bat
Hope it helps.
 
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