|23 Feb 2013||#1|
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Start Command Prompt and automatically execute a few commands
I am learning a programming language, and I frequently use command prompt to compile source codes, but every time I start command prompt I need to manually cd to the correct directory, and then I like to run cls to keep the window clean. I have looked around, but I'm not sure how to phrase a google search to get the right results >.<, so could anyone tell me how I would start a command prompt, then run the "cd [location]" and "cls" commands automatically?
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