How to get SQLServer .bat script to complete.

What is needed in this .bat file to get it to run and finish completely?
(assume that the proper directory structure is in place)
updateDB.bat.txt
ipamanAsked:
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SteveGTRCommented:
The script is using single % in the for statement and assumes that the current drive and directory is set to where the DB stuff is.
cd Scripts
sqlcmd -E -d DCM_3.3 -i StructureChanges.sql
cd ../Functions
For %%F in (*.*) do sqlcmd -E -d DCM_3.3 -i %%F
cd ../SPs
For %%F in (*.*) do sqlcmd -E -d DCM_3.3 -i %%F

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ipamanAuthor Commented:
btw,
After it cd's to the Functions folder, It fails by saying "F was unexpected at this time".
If I run the command 'For %F in (*.*) do sqlcmd -E -d DCM_3.3 -i %F' standalone on the
command line in the correct folder, it runs fine.
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ipamanAuthor Commented:
Thanks for such a quick response.
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