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Submit your work in the field of Batch programming here, But you must follow following simple terms in order to get into the #TheBATeam and submit your entry…

Arise! Awake! and don’t stop until the goal is reached.

Swami Vivekananda
  1. If you’re using the code of some other author in your submitted entry as sub-code, Do Give Proper Credits. (As this will not decrease your reputation.)
  2. Do give as max. comments as you can in your Code. So, it’ll be easier to understand the code and Maybe some good programmer may upgrade it.
  3. Try to use as minimum Goto statements as possible. Because, they create an irregularity in the code’s direction of flow and run… and they make it difficult to understand & finding errors if the code is too lengthy.
  4. Don’t Copy-Paste your whole code here in the Form, it will create a mess.
  5. Just compress your batch-file + Documentation + Source Code into Zip and upload it to any ‘free storage providing Website’ like… MediaFire, Google-Drive, Photo-Bucket, Drop-Box etc. and Paste the Link to download!
  6. Do create a help message/Readme.txt File for telling usage of your batch file, so that we can understand it without reading the whole code. (‘/?’ Help menu)
  7. Follow this SOP for the Project Directory Tree to avoid your submission from getting rejected.
  8. Also, Create a Little Explanation of the Plugin/Program/Project You are sharing with the world, in Your own words. Because no-one can know your creation better than you. 🙂
  9. Create a simple file and compress it in the same ZIP file, telling the algorithm and features of your batch file and innovative ways to use your batch file… (Optional)

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