bbman225 March 13, 2012 at 15:13:15 Specs: Windows 7
Normally when I get an error I just restart the program and get to the part with the error the press the "prt sc" button on my keyboard. Then I open an image editor and paste the screen shot. But all that is a hassle to do so I thought maybe I could run an external batch file that reads errors from all other batch files running and puts them in a log. I searched around and ran across a few non-sense results. So I would like some help making something like this. For one thing I don't know how to access a different file's errorlevel variable so I can't log errorlevel without putting:
Every other line. So I need a new method of doing this.
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