| aswabh , I can think of a couple of ways to do it. Use strings a,x,y, and z. Use 'A' as a temporary string. Simply set it = the phrase you want each time and print it (I.E. phrase x,y, or z). |
Perhaps even easier is to use a comma delineated phrase (phrase X,Y,Z, etc.) and simply enumerate the phrase you desire along with a print command. Sadly, dunno how to write the batch file, but that's how to program it.
Ed in Texas.