|I need to better understand || and && |
this poor example is just to show context...
ECHO %~1 was the first argument offered
ECHO %~1 | find "test1" >nul || goto test
<or what difference>
ECHO %~1 | find "test1" >nul && goto test
I'm trying to learn what these do and I've done some testing with examples found on this excellent forum but I'd love to have a plain explanation if someone would be so kind...
What does || do?
What does && do?
Where (reading source) should I learn more about these and related?
Hoow do these differ from just pipe and &?