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Need a simple batch file that creates a file then checks for it on each run

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Need a simple batch file that checks for the file c:\running.txt.  If not there it creates it then continues.  If it finds the file, it exits.
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    Here is one:

    REM  Do things if flag file is not there, exit if its there
    set OSJOBLOG=C:\running.txt
    if exist %OSJOBLOG% goto :END
    echo test_ok>>C:\running.txt
    :END
    echo Batch File Job Complere
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    by:murryc
    perfect..thanks
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