Submitted by hs2n

With the command line tool Export.exe you can put the stdout output of win32 console programs into CMD.EXE environment variables, which is very useful for batch files

It partly covers the functionality of the tool conset.exe (but export.exe also comes with a 64-bit version) or the linux export – command

export.exe

export.exe

2 Comments
  1. SLam 14 years ago

    What would be a good example for using this? I couldn’t really think of any.

  2. For example, if you want to use an if clause in a batch script that uses the output of a command as argument.

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