Batch File Variables

Posted on 2004-10-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I would like to know how to copy variable information to a text file. My variable would be set up like this:
set /p fname=Type your first name:
For this instance, I would want to copy %fname% to a text file called log.txt.
Question by:foxdesignz
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Expert Comment

ID: 12254122

copy %fname% log.txt

or maybe,

echo %fname% > log.txt

if you want the name put into the file

Accepted Solution

LRHGuy earned 50 total points
ID: 12254127

echo %fname% >> log.txt

to append the value of fname to the log.txt file.

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