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User-friendly wrapper or replacement for `at` command under OS X

I often want my computer to automatically add something to my to-do list at some point in the future. In some cases I want to add the same thing at regular intervals. In these cases I use OS X's ...
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Windows run job by id right 'now'

Can one run a scheduled command by id 'right now' ? I'm not sure if it is even possible on windows, Atleast I haven't found anything yet
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Windows command line “at” command to run 10 seconds from now

I want to run some command once, 10 seconds to 1 minute from now. Windows at command only receives absolute times, like 11:50. How can it be done? Can it be done with other command line means?
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Have the at command return the job id of the task just submitted

Is it possible to have the at command return somehow the job id it just submitted when used from within a script? (kind of like $? retrieves the last exit code or $$/$! retrieve the PID of the command ...
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How can at execute a command from the command line

How can I schedule a command using at without having to include the command in a distict file, neither from the mini at shell that reads from standard input? That is I want to execute the command ...
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Example of using schtasks and at to schedule a weekly job, persisting between reboots?

Could anyone give me an example of how to use schtasks and at on Windows to schedule a weekly job? In particular, I'd like to know how to make sure this job persists between server reboots, which ...
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“at” command on Ubuntu

I want to list using the "at" command. I try this: pedro@Pedro-PC:~$ ls -l | at 10:27 warning: commands will be executed using /bin/sh job 5 at Tue Apr 20 10:27:00 2010 But doesn't work.