If you’re not a big fan of moving about using the command line, you can always use a nifty OS X feature that automatically completes the path. Simply type cd at the command prompt, followed by a space, then drag a folder from a nearby Finder window over to your Terminal window. The path will be automatically completed.
Just open command prompt, type a small code and the movie will start playing immediately. Well, if you are, you can learn how to make undeletable folders here. 4- Shutdown your computer giving a Command Prompt can let you know if someone is connected to your Local Area Connection and...
I feel as if I'm now ready to make my first game with graphics. Something simple to start with. I've programmed various text-based (command prompt) games in C++ using Visual C++ express edition: can I use C++ to program a graphics based game? I've noticed I've downloaded something called "Allegro":
Mastermind is a copy of the classic game by Pressman (Hasbro for PC). Here you can play against the computer or a second player. Unfortunately there does not seem to be any option to use a mouse so you have to use the keyboard to do everything. To play the game, you need to use command line switches.
windows,batch-file,console-application,command-prompt,exit-code. Normal expansion like %errorLevel% occurs when the statement is parsed, and the entire CMD /C command line is parsed in one pass, so the value you get is the value that existed before the commands were run (always 0).
Go to Start > Run > and type CMD then hit enter. Command prompt will magically appear in front of you.
Playing a game, such as Doom on task manager also seems unlikely, as to how quickly the virtual pixels shades would need to be changed. The more feasible and doable experiment is to use a much slower-paced game like Tetris. But still, it is a fun experience when computers and hardware are hacked to perform something they weren’t intended to do.