- a are special variables created by the for command to represent the current loop item or a token of a current line. for x in a, b, c do iterate over the lines of a file: for /f x in foo.txt do tokenize lines of a file: for /f "tokens=2,3* delims=," x in foo.txt do iterate over the output of a command: for .If you are using the FOR command at the command line rather than in a batch program, use just one percent sign: G instead of G. G is a good choice because it does not conflict with any of the pathname format letters a, d, f, n, p, s, t, x and provides the longest run of non-conflicting letters for use as implicit ./F. Loop command: against a set of files - conditionally perform a command against each item. Syntax FOR /F ["options"] parameter IN filenameset DO By default, /F breaks up the line at each blanke " ", and any blank lines are skipped, this default parsing behavior can be changed by applying one or more of the . ' 021y 3 ' 05 4 $6 !87 ! 9 " " a" " A@ ' CB. D4 FEHGPIPQSR THQVUW ! D XWY !7 6. D 4 `THQVU ! D a ' cbd. DfeV gh D a ' 6 !di prqP sD tWu!7wv D xa y6 t $# . EQ R h v . E " ! !87| c bo . 6. R . r 5vf r C v s 2! r C v s 2!oprq6. c| ' 0 Wt !7b v eW r 1y v I v e B fv # 'f0 h v e# 'f0 C 6 b " ! 6..

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