if “%1″==”a” format a:
@echo please insert another disk to driver A,then press any key.
This example is used to format several floppy disks consecutively, so you need to input them in DOS window fomat.bat a. Hehe, it seems that it’s a bit superfluous^_^
When we want to establish an IPC $connection, we always need to input a series of commands. If we don’t get it right, we will make a wrong number. So we might as well write some fixed commands to a batch, and assign the IP user name password to the batch as a parameter, so that we don’t have to type commands every time.
@Net use \ \ 1% \ IPC $”2%” / u: “3%” note that password is the second parameter.
@if errorlevel 1 echo connection failed
How to use parameters is relatively simple, right?
How to use parameters in batch files