CMD: remove files based on extension and date on multiple folders

Hello experts,
I have the following command which allows me to remove files based on extension and date provided at:
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I was wondering the quickest way to report multiple folders and use the same commands:
Such as:
Arrayfolders= C:\Folder1 C:\Folder2 C:\Folder3
ForFiles /p "%ArrayFolders%" /d -30 /c "cmd /c if @isdir == FALSE if /i @ext == \"txt\" del @file"

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Thank you very much for your help.
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leflonCommented:
LD,

you should be able to nest the ForFile command in another FOR loop.

FOR %P in (C:\Folder1, C:\Folder2, C:\Folder3) DO (ForFiles /p %%P /d -30 /c "cmd /c if @isdir == FALSE if /i @ext == \"txt\" del @file")

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leflon
LD16Author Commented:
Thank you very much for this proposal!
leflonCommented:
LD,

you might need to change the first %%P to %P occurrence. Check modified post above.

leflon
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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
From command line:

for %A in ("C:\Folder1","C:\Folder2","C:\Folder3") do (ForFiles /p %A /d -30 /c "cmd /c if @isdir == FALSE if /i @ext == \"txt\" del @file")

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In BAT file:

set Arrayfolders="C:\Folder1","C:\Folder2","C:\Folder3"
for %%A in (%ArrayFolders%) do (
    ForFiles /p %%A /d -30 /c "cmd /c if @isdir == FALSE if /i @ext == \"txt\" del @file"
)

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leflonCommented:
Of course, Bill's correct. My bad, sorry. I always mess this up.

leflon
LD16Author Commented:
Thank you for your help.
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