Let's say I have three commands that I run like this:
a && b && c
This will run b after a completes, and
What if I did this:
a && b
While this is running, I want to append c as a conditional command. Can it be done?
I would do this:
You can also define an alias or function, eg
The result of the last operation is stored in
You can e.g. use it like this
Make it a function or similar in your
For NT, you can type your new command and hit ENTER while a current command is running.
So for example,
where blah is big enough that you'll have time to type while stuff scrolls onto the screen.
now all this stuff scrolls on the screen
and while it is appearing, type mem
then after dir /s is complete, mem will run.
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