|SignWriting List Forum|
Bill Reese |
Date: Wed Sep 20, 2000 5:27 pm
Subject: Re: Finally Succeeded Creating .SGN to .PDF!
ECHO OFF means that the commands contained in the batch file won't be
echoed to the command line. What that means is that you won't see the
commands scroll by on the screen as the batch file runs. The @ symbol
does the same thing, that's why it's in front of ECHO OFF - it's making it
so that the ECHO OFF command itself won't echo to the screen.
Valerie Sutton wrote:
> And Stuart and Bill even assumed I knew what ECHO OFF meant (I am
> really curious,...what does it mean, by the way? ;-)