I am using Windows 7 64-bit. I could not find a command that enables me to write a text file in the command prompt. Is there a command for this on Windows 7 x64? I tried
edit but it is not supported by Windows 7 x64. Is there another command to do this?
There is none.
If you are looking for a replacement console text editor, Brief Basic is a single
The original 16-bit version of Brief was widely used in the MS-DOS days.
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