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I find with Windows is that using any kind of command line app quickly gets to be a major pain
If the command name is mis-spelt, or not in the path under unix, it would also have problems locating it. Why is this any worse under Windows?
Come to that, if the command name is F77.exe, but the user/batch file invokes it as 'f77', Windows will still run it, if it is locatable, so if anything, it is slightly easier.
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