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Make a batch file write to notepad document.

I am creating a batch file that runs through 6 different autoinstalls.  Is there any way to have the batchfile write to a notepad document after each individual install to verify everything installed correctly?

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8/22/2022 - Mon

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Justin Collins

ok, where do I put that, after each install?

Did you get it working? Can put it anywhere, or use at as a subroutine e.g. in XP:

@echo off
set F=logfile.txt
::...statements to do install etc
::then call sub
call :message "My message"
::...more statements for install etc.
::then call sub again
call :message "My message 2"
goto :eof

set msg=%1
echo. >> %F%
echo %date%  %time% >> %F%
echo. >> %F%
echo %msg% >> %F%
goto :eof
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