Pause A Command Prompt After Execution

Satheesh C B | Saturday, June 07, 2008 | 0 comments

Many a times a DOS or command line based program is run through the usual Start> Run method –say something like chkdsk or a network  tracert  command . The program executes and then shuts the command line window with it.Ideally, we want to see what happens during the execution of an application.

To do this , type the name of application or the command after cmd /k. For example , cmd /k chkdsk d: will scan the disk, display the results and leave the command prompt window open.


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