|I want the user to type somthing using:|
echo Type something:
set /p something=""
And I want a code to remove all spaces. So if I typed:
Hi people! :)
it should be changed to:
I then want a code to put a space every 3 charictors, so it'll then be:
Hip eop le! :)
And finally I want it to set the groups of three to different variables so:
Is there any way to do that?
also it would be helpful if you had the answer to these other questions:
How can I filter out every thing except numbers so This:
what5eve ': 123;65
How can I read a text file and save everything in it to 1 variable?
Is it possible to show the date and time in these formats:
Sunday, May 15, 2011
How can I allow someone to type 1 charector and then atomaticly hit enter, not allowing them to put a second charector?
When I type;
Echo if off.
But when I type;
echo %var1% %var2% %var3%
it still displays;
Echo is off.
And whatever else I try I can't get it to echo var1, var2, and var3 in order (I need to make sure there are no spaces). So how do I get them like that?
Thanks for taking the time to read this!
Please tell me if you have the answer to any of these questions.
FYI I'm using Windows 7