I truly cannot believe I have to ask this, but after searching countless times and finding nothing online on how to do this, I must ask.

I already know about the "label" command. While it does output the label if you do:

label H:

... the purpose of the command is to change/set it -- not read it, so it asks for input in the end, and there are no flags to turn that off, so it sadly cannot be used. I have looked in:

label /?

Basically, forget about that command. I need something which outputs the label for the drive letter and then stops.

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    Echo. | label c: – Mark Mar 2 at 5:16

Like the comment from Mark:

<nul label c:

or even without tricks

vol c:
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