Passing more than 26 -31 tokens via FOR in DOS
I have seen all over the net limitations with the FOR command in DOS and passing more than 26 - 31 tokens and the work around. Here is one.
I have come up with my own method for doing this and as of yet have not seen anything resembling it, so I will post it. Instead of using a single string I counted all tokens within an entire file, but the same method could be used on a single line or string.
This was done with less than 20 lines of code minus all blank spaces and putting the FOR command on single lines shortens it up to 11 lines total. This method will count an infinite amount of tokens.
THE END =P
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