|I'm not 100% positive why there are double percent signs, but in the command line, you just use one, so I guess it is escaped.|
A delim, aka. delimiter is the character you want to split two or more values on a line, eg."10,38,15,abc", where the delimiter is ",". if you start with %%A, then %%A would be 10, %%B would be 38, %%C would be 15 and so on.
As far as I know, there is no "/p" in FOR, but if you're thinking about "SET /P" then the /P means prompt.
In FOR, you have /D, /L, /R and /F.
You can read about each option in CMD by typing "FOR /?". Same goes for nearly every other command, like "SET /?" "IF /?" etc.
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