I have received a warning that this is a too "subjective" question, but I can't really find another way to say this in a text as short as a title, so my apologies... any suggestions for a title are appreciated.
So on to my question, yesterday I tried to code something and I failed, simple as that... after several hours of searching for the problem, I still couldn't find it: so in hopes of finding a solution, I am asking, how would you have done it?
There is a file called a.bat in the F:\ directory, that needs to be moved to the C:\Users directory when clicked upon, and since the act of moving would disrupt the file, it needs to be re-started from the C:\Users directory after the move. So we need to code a batch within a batch, right?
One that would form when a.bat is clicked, and do the move as well as launching a.bat when the move is finished. Now I can't seem to do it, the code just does not work. It creates a loop of CMDs that forces me to restart the computer, even though it seems like a simple task -- and yes I did if %cd% == C:\Users goto z, which would skip creating the batch that would do the move, if the file is already in that directory.