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March 25, 2000 Show:
Scripting Programs Guest:
What is a scripting program and why would you use one? Find out from Jim Stiles, Representative from . Wilson WindowWare is a company devoted to making your computer do what you want it. Their scripting tool, WinBatch, is a macro scripting language specifically designed for Windows and Windows NT. It features a unique language called WIL for Windows Interface Language. It is specialized for controlling the Windows operating system, the PC it runs on, and the software applications used on that computer.
Wilson WindowWareMarch 25, 2000 interview
May 9, 1998 Show:
Write Your Own Batch Files Guest:
You don't have to spend big bucks to get your computer to do routine tasks. Much of your day-to-day tasks can be taken care of with a batch file. Jim Stiles, from , gives you the basics of batch files. Plus, he explains how to create a batch file easily with WinBatch.
Wilson WindowWareMay 9, 1998 interview
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