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What is %1 in a set DOS command?

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What does the following DOS command do?

set PERLEXE=%1

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Is the first argument passed to the batch file.
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C:\YourBatchFile.bat CommandLineArg1 CommandLineArg2

%1 is CommandLineArg1
%2 is CommandLineArg2

and so on
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For Completion: %0 is the full path an filename from the batchfile itself. That means, when the name of the batch is test.bat and it is stored under c:\scripts, the %0 becomes the Value: C:\scrips\test.bat
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