WinBatch Scripting Resources
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This article is intended to be a guide to tools available on the Web, that might be helpful with your WinBatch scripting. There are lots
scripting resources available. This article contains a list several links of our users favorite online resources for scripting
We are obviously biased, but we believe that our website is the premier resource on the internet for WinBatch sample
scripts and support.
Introduction to Programming Book
WinBatch User Sites
These are website supported by dedicated WinBatch users. Many of them have tons of useful sample code and sometimes even
offer WIL Extenders.
Offers WB RAD, a Rapid Application Development tool for *WinBatch. It takes a WinBatch dialog file and creates a Dialog
CallBack Routine along with other needed code.
- DD Software
This website contains tons of User Defined Functions (UDFs), that deal with everything from arrays, conversions,string manipulation,
CRC MD5 Checksumming to WinBatch Programming Tools. It also contains many third party WIL Extenders.
Offers technical articles covering various WinBatch topics.
An index of articles, including the one that was published in the December 2005 newsletter, and other useful material,
including another WB specific article that answers a common request, for a method to display scrolling text in a box window.
And a tutorial on arrays versus lists.
Third Party WIL Extenders
!! Important Notice About 3rd Party Extenders !!
Use at your own risk! These extenders have not been designed, developed or tested by Wilson WindowWare.
Note: There is no technical support available for these extenders. If you have any questions regarding these extenders
you can attempt to contact the developer of the extender (if documented). Alternatively, you can try posting your question
to the WInBatch Tech Support Forum, in hopes the developer of the extender or some other knowledgeable user can offer technical assistance.
This is an awesome resource for tracking down answers to those tricker questions. Google Groups is made up of messages that users
have posted to a discussion group about a topic related to your search.
There is Microsoft’s Developers Network (MSDN) that can lead you to most of the answers you may have about usage, syntax,
and basic how to's.
The Sysinternals web site provides you with advanced utilities, technical information, and source code related to
Windows NT/2000/XP/2K3 and Windows 9x, Windows Me internals that you won't find anywhere else.
This is your jumping off point to a number of interesting offerings being provided for you by a few folks associated with the
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program.
Developer Web site on in the Internet specializing in Windows and .NET development using Visual C++, C# and Visual Basic.
AppDeploy serves as an independent resource on the topic of desktop management.
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firstname.lastname@example.org with any links you would like to share.
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