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Old August 29th 19, 05:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.general,alt.comp.freeware
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Default What syntax combines 2 commands into a single shortcut TARGET line?

On Thu, 29 Aug 2019 09:08:33 +0200, R.Wieser wrote:

Little wonder brainiac, as stitching commands together using "&" or "&&" is
only valid on the commandline and has no meaning in the rest of Windows.
Didn't you know ?


Hi Rudy Wieser,

Please stop wasting our time with your worthless & dead wrong posts.
o It's best if you _never_ post to any thread I author - Rudy.

We go way back Rudy - where you have _never_ once acted like an adult.

Since you clearly are not in the same league as we adults are in either
intelligence or knowledge (you just don't have either, Rudy) - and that's
not an ad hominem attack since you proved it in your post above and you
ALWAYS prove that you own the mind of a fifth grader, Rudy, in every post.

Since you always prove to add _negative_ value (i.e., dead wrong answers)
to every post, this is my ONLY response to your trolling in this thread.

Usenet is a potluck, Rudy - where you only bring your fifth-grade
education, which is proven by the fact that EVERYTHING you said in your
post above was either dead wrong or we knew it when we were in fifth grade,
Rudy.

The adult fact is that we SOLVED the problem Rudy - yes - the same problem
you said was impossible to solve - where - your own posts throughout the
years prove that you own the mind and intellect of a fifth grader - so
please - take my advice Rudy - and never respond to any thread I author.

All you prove, Rudy, is that you own the brain of a fifth grade child.
o Your posts add negative value to Usenet (as does this response)

For the record, below is your full post, where you proved, yet again, not
only are you always dead wrong on every post, but that you own a
fifth-grade understanding of Windows, and hence, you will NEVER be able to
add value to the Usenet potluck.

From: "R.Wieser"
Newsgroups: alt.comp.os.windows-10,alt.msdos.batch,comp.os.msdos.programmer
Subject: What syntax combines 2 commands into a single shortcut TARGET line?
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 2019 09:08:33 +0200
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Oh. My. God.

Again one of those "lets just **** all over the newsgroups" posts of our
resident brainiac.

Kudos to you kid, you are to dumb to even realize that MSDOS doesn't have
anything resembling shortcuts. Let alone that "veracrypt" isn't available
for DOS. In short: No help to be expected from MSDOS users, batch or
otherwise.

Besides: How hard is it to realize that you can, as Grant already indicated,
use the link to start a batch file (or any other kind of script! PowerShell
perhaps ?) to do some multi-line commands (or maybe even create a (batch
style, single-line!) loop over the involved drive letters).

Combining them with "&" and "&&" in a single shortcut
TARGET line garners: "VeraCrypt: Error while parsing
command line."


Little wonder brainiac, as stitching commands together using "&" or "&&" is
only valid on the commandline and has no meaning in the rest of Windows.
Didn't you know ?

But if you really /have/ to do it that way just shortcut to CMD.EXE and have
it execute that commandline. Problem solved.

Regards,
Rudy Wieser


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Since rseponding to worthless trolls like Rudy adds nothing of value to
Usenet, this will be my ONLY post to trolls like Rudy Wieser in this
thread.
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