By: Chief Editor/Director on 2022-02-14 at 10:26:34 | Views: 2

Change the cmd.exe command prompt.Syntax PROMPT [text] Key text : a text string.The prompt text can be made up of normal characters and the following special codes: $A & (Ampersand) $B | (pipe) $C ( (Left parenthesis) $D Current date $E Escape code (ASCII code 27) $F ) (Right parenthesis) $G > (greater-than sign) $H Backspace (erases previous character) $L $N Current drive $P Current drive and path $Q = (equal sign) $S (space) $T Current time $V Windows NT version number $_ Carriage return and linefeed $$ $ (dollar sign) $+ Will display plus signs (+) one for each level of the PUSHD directory stackExamplesDisplay the UNC path whenever you are using a network drive (mapped with NET USE)PROMPT $M$_$P$GSimulate an HP-UX prompt with the computername and the current folder on separate lines:PROMPT=$p$_&qt;username&qt;@&qt;computername&qt;:.Restore the default prompt:PROMPT $P$GPROMPT is implemented as a hidden NT environment variable called PROMPT, try doing:ECHO &qt;prompt&qt; knowing this you can force a permanent change in the CMD prompt for all sessions by setting a permanent environment variable with the appropriate prompt text.e.g. SETX PROMPT $M$_$P$G You can also create specific shortcut&qt;&qt;s to the command prompt like this:CMD /K PROMPT $M$_$P$G If Command Extensions are disabled the commands $M and $+ are not supported.

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