I've been using basic, intermediate and occasionally advanced DOS Batch programming for the last 20 odd years on and off for the odd nasty little fix or job... I was a big fan of Norton DOS 8 in the day, but the last 5 to 10 years I've been thinking there must be either:
1) A nice GUI to string it all together and show the user nice lil prompt boxes OR
2) A successor scripting or programming language that is relatively native to Windows
Is there any such thing(s)? I primarily want all the quick n nasties to look a little pretier (especially when requesting user input) and hopefully be slightly less nasty/crude (And I know about starting (shortcut) windows minimised and CMDOW).
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