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Batchscript For Loop dynamic repeats

Hi,

i'm looking for a solution to run a For Loop a certain amount of times, which i set before in a variable.

i did something like this:
set /p count=Count:

for %%i IN (0,1,%%count%%) do

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But no matter what i set the variable to, the code runs exact 3 times.
Where is my mistake ?
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Jonas Huber
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Jonas Huber
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oBdACommented:
That's because of the double percent signs around the variable, and because you need the /L option for a count loop.
Without the /L, the loop will run once for each of the elements passed inside the brackets, hence the three iterations.
set /p count=Count:
for /L %%i in (0, 1, %count%) do (
	echo %%i
)

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Jonas HuberAuthor Commented:
Ok thanks that worked.
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