It is a bit unclear what is exactly the problem you face since you don't provide any output or screenshot of what you don't like, but I'll explain the two most likely problems I see:
Given your script is called
ping.bat and looks like this:
then the interpreter (
cmd.exe) searches/probes the paths in the environment variable
%PATH% for something that looks like
ping ... and it does that by appending each suffix from
%PATHEXT% which contains something like
.COM;.EXE;.BAT;.CMD;.VBS;.VBE;.JS;.JSE;.WSF;.WSH;.MSC. so, calling just
ping from the
ping.batleads to a search for
ping.bat and so on. The interpreter will find a
ping.bat in the current working directory (your
ping.bat) and calls it.
So, you will have a nice recursion here: ping.cmd executes the first line, searches for "ping", finds "ping.cmd", executes the first line, searches for "ping", finds "ping.cmd", executes the first line, searches for "ping", finds "ping.cmd" ...
The second problem you might have is this:
The interpreter of the batch file will usually repeat the commands you have written to the .bat/.cmd file. Thus something like this
ping www.superuser.com will look like this:
Ping wird ausgeführt für superuser.com [188.8.131.52] mit 32 Bytes Daten:
Antwort von 184.108.40.206: Bytes=32 Zeit=110ms TTL=46
Antwort von 220.127.116.11: Bytes=32 Zeit=107ms TTL=46
If you want to get rid of
C:\Users\XYZ\Desktop>ping www.superuser.com in the output of the script then you have to either prepend each line with an
@ (for example, '@ping www.superuser.com') in the script or place a
@echo off before the bunch of command lines you want to execute "quietly".
Don't call your bat files the same as existing programs.