fine batch file execution path in runtime

I'd like to make a batch(DOS) file and during the runtime of the batch file how I can find out its execution path.
Assuming that I don't know where the batch file resides in the client mashine. So I have to find out where the execution path of the batch file. The code should be within the batch file.
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Dragon_KromeCommented:
try:


@echo %0

(%0 being what you need)

I.e., when running from the current directory,  it will show  test.bat  (i've created a test.bat on my Desktop, containing the line above), and when ran from a directory above,  it shows  Desktop\test.bat


Or do you need the full path to the batch, like  C:\Documents .... .. .\test.bat ?
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garreHCommented:
If you want the path for where the batch file is use

echo %CD%

garreh
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