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1 #include "resource.h"
2 /*
3 * Moved all hardcoded strings to En.rc.
4 * By Magnus Olsen 2005
5 */
9 {
11 STRING_ATTRIB_HELP, "Displays or changes file attributes.\n\n\
12 ATTRIB [+R | -R] [+A | -A] [+S | -S] [+H | -H] file ...\n\
13 [/S [/D]]\n\n\
14 + Sets an attribute\n\
15 - Clears an attribute\n\
16 R Read-only file attribute\n\
17 A Archive file attribute\n\
18 S System file attribute\n\
19 H Hidden file attribute\n\
20 /S Processes matching files in the current directory\n\
21 and all subdirectories\n\
22 /D Processes directories as well\n\n\
23 Type ATTRIB without a parameter to display the attributes of all files.\n"
25 STRING_ALIAS_HELP, "Sets, removes or shows aliases.\n\n\
26 ALIAS [alias=[command]]\n\n\
27 alias Name for an alias.\n\
28 command Text to be substituted for an alias.\n\n\
29 To list all aliases:\n\
30 ALIAS\n\n\
31 To set a new or replace an existing alias:\n\
32 ALIAS da=dir a:\n\n\
33 To remove an alias from the alias list:\n\
34 ALIAS da="
36 STRING_BEEP_HELP, "Beep the speaker.\n\nBEEP\n"
38 STRING_CALL_HELP, "Calls one batch program from another.\n\n\
39 CALL [drive:][path]filename [batch-parameter]\n\n\
40 batch-parameter Specifies any command-line information required by the\n\
41 batch program."
43 STRING_CD_HELP, "Changes the current directory or displays it's name\n\n\
44 CHDIR [/D][drive:][path]\n\
45 CHDIR[..|.]\n\
46 CD [/D][drive:][path]\n\
47 CD[..|.]\n\n\
48 .. parent directory\n\
49 . current directory\n\
50 /D Will change current drive and current directory.\n\n\
51 Type CD drive: to display the current directory on the specified drive.\n\
52 Type CD without a parameter to display the current drive and directory.\n"
54 STRING_CHCP_HELP, "Displays or sets the active code page number.\n\n\
55 CHCP [nnn]\n\n\
56 nnn Specifies the active code page number.\n\n\
57 Type CHCP without a parameter to display the active code page number.\n"
59 STRING_CHOICE_HELP, "Waits for the user to choose one of a set of choices.\n\n\
60 CHOICE [/C[:]choices][/N][/S][/T[:]c,nn][text]\n\n\
61 /C[:]choices Specifies allowable keys. Default is YN.\n\
62 /N Do not display choices and ? at the end of the prompt string.\n\
63 /S Treat choice keys as case sensitive.\n\
64 /T[:]c,nn Default choice to c after nn seconds.\n\
65 text Prompt string to display.\n\n\
66 ERRORLEVEL is set to offset of key user presses in choices.\n"
68 STRING_CLS_HELP, "Clears the screen.\n\nCLS\n"
70 STRING_CMD_HELP1, "\nInternal commands available:\n"
72 STRING_CMD_HELP2, "\nFeatures available:"
74 STRING_CMD_HELP3," [aliases]"
76 STRING_CMD_HELP4," [history]"
78 STRING_CMD_HELP5," [unix filename completion]"
80 STRING_CMD_HELP6," [directory stack]"
82 STRING_CMD_HELP7," [redirections and piping]"
84 STRING_CMD_HELP8, "Starts a new instance of the ReactOS command line interpreter.\n\n\
85 CMD [/[C|K] command][/P][/Q][/T:bf]\n\n\
86 /C command Runs the specified command and terminates.\n\
87 /K command Runs the specified command and remains.\n\
88 /P CMD becomes permanent and runs autoexec.bat\n\
89 (cannot be terminated).\n\
90 /T:bf Sets the background/foreground color (see COLOR command).\n"
92 STRING_COLOR_HELP1, "Sets the default foreground and background colors.\n\n\
93 COLOR [attr [/-F]] \n\n\
94 attr Specifies color attribute of console output\n\
95 /-F Does not fill the console blank space with color attribute\n\n\
96 There are three ways to specify the colors:\n\
97 1) [bright] name on [bright] name (only the first three letters are required)\n\
98 2) decimal on decimal\n\
99 3) two hex digits\n\n\
100 Colors are:\n\
101 dec hex name dec hex name\n\
102 0 0 Black 8 8 Gray(Bright black)\n\
103 1 1 Blue 9 9 Bright Blue\n\
104 2 2 Green 10 A Bright Green\n\
105 3 3 Cyan 11 B Bright Cyan\n\
106 4 4 Red 12 C Bright Red\n\
107 5 5 Magenta 13 D Bright Magenta\n\
108 6 6 Yellow 14 E Bright Yellow\n\
109 7 7 White 15 F Bright White\n"
111 STRING_COPY_HELP1, "Overwrite %s (Yes/No/All)? "
113 STRING_COPY_HELP2, "Copies one or more files to another location.\n\n\
114 COPY [/V][/Y|/-Y][/A|/B] source [/A|/B]\n\
115 [+ source [/A|/B] [+ ...]] [destination [/A|/B]]\n\n\
116 source Specifies the file or files to be copied.\n\
117 /A Indicates an ASCII text file.\n\
118 /B Indicates a binary file.\n\
119 destination Specifies the directory and/or filename for the new file(s).\n\
120 /V Verifies that new files are written correctly.\n\
121 /Y Suppresses prompting to confirm you want to overwrite an\n\
122 existing destination file.\n\
123 /-Y Causes prompting to confirm you want to overwrite an\n\
124 existing destination file.\n\n\
125 The switch /Y may be present in the COPYCMD environment variable.\n\
126 ...\n"
128 STRING_DATE_HELP1, "\nEnter new date (mm%cdd%cyyyy): "
130 STRING_DATE_HELP2, "\nEnter new date (dd%cmm%cyyyy): "
132 STRING_DATE_HELP3, "\nEnter new date (yyyy%cmm%cdd): "
134 STRING_DATE_HELP4, "Displays or sets the date.\n\n\
135 DATE [/T][date]\n\n\
136 /T display only\n\n\
137 Type DATE without parameters to display the current date setting and\n\
138 a prompt for a new one. Press ENTER to keep the same date.\n"
140 STRING_DEL_HELP1, "Deletes one or more files.\n\n\
141 DEL [/N /P /T /Q /S /W /Y /Z /A[[:]attributes]] file ...\n\
142 DELETE [/N /P /T /Q /S /W /Y /Z /A[[:]attributes]] file ...\n\
143 ERASE [/N /P /T /Q /S /W /Y /Z /A[[:]attributes]] file ...\n\n\
144 file Specifies the file(s) to delete.\n\n\
145 /N Nothing.\n\
146 /P Prompt. Ask before deleting each file.\n\
147 /T Total. Display total number of deleted files and freed disk space.\n\
148 /Q Quiet.\n\
149 /W Wipe. Overwrite the file with random numbers before deleting it.\n\
150 /Y Yes. Kill even *.* without asking.\n\
151 /F Force Delete hidden, read-only and system files.\n\
152 /S Delete file from all sub directory\n\
153 /A Select files to be deleted based on attributes.\n\
154 attributes\n\
155 R Read Only files\n\
156 S System files\n\
157 A Archiveable files\n\
158 H Hidden Files\n\
159 - prefix meaning not\n"
161 STRING_DEL_HELP2, "All files in the directory will be deleted!\nAre you sure (Y/N)?"
162 STRING_DEL_HELP3, " %lu file deleted\n"
163 STRING_DEL_HELP4, " %lu files deleted\n"
165 STRING_DELAY_HELP, "pause for n seconds or milliseconds\n\
166 DELAY [/m]n\n\n\
167 /m specifiy than n are milliseconds\n\
168 otherwise n are seconds\n"
170 STRING_DIR_HELP1, "DIR [drive:][path][filename] [/A[[:]attributes]] [/B] [/C] [/D] [/L] [/N]\n\
171 [/O[[:]sortorder]] [/P] [/Q] [/S] [/T[[:]timefield]] [/W] [/X] [/4]\n\n\
172 [drive:][path][filename]\n\
173 Specifies drive, directory, and/or files to list.\n\n\
174 /A Displays files with specified attributes.\n\
175 attributes D Directories R Read-only files\n\
176 H Hidden files A Files ready for archiving\n\
177 S System files - Prefix meaning not\n\
178 /B Uses bare format (no heading information or summary).\n\
179 /C Display the thousand separator in file sizes. This is the\n\
180 default. Use /-C to disable display of separator.\n\
181 /D Same as wide but files are list sorted by column.\n\
182 /L Uses lowercase.\n\
183 /N New long list format where filenames are on the far right.\n\
184 /O List by files in sorted order.\n\
185 sortorder N By name (alphabetic) S By size (smallest first)\n\
186 E By extension (alphabetic) D By date/time (oldest first)\n\
187 G Group directories first - Prefix to reverse order\n\
188 /P Pauses after each screenful of information.\n\
189 /Q Display the owner of the file.\n\
190 /S Displays files in specified directory and all subdirectories.\n\
191 /T Controls which time field displayed or used for sorting\n\
192 timefield C Creation\n\
193 A Last Access\n\
194 W Last Written\n\
195 /W Uses wide list format.\n\
196 /X This displays the short names generated for non-8dot3 file\n\
197 names. The format is that of /N with the short name inserted\n\
198 before the long name. If no short name is present, blanks are\n\
199 displayed in its place.\n\
200 /4 Displays four-digit years\n\n\
201 Switches may be preset in the DIRCMD environment variable. Override\n\
202 preset switches by prefixing any switch with - (hyphen)--for example, /-W.\n"
204 STRING_DIR_HELP2, " Volume in drive %c is %s\n"
205 STRING_DIR_HELP3, " Volume in drive %c has no label.\n"
206 STRING_DIR_HELP4, " Volume Serial Number is %04X-%04X\n"
207 STRING_DIR_HELP5, "\n Total Files Listed:\n%16i File(s)% 14s bytes\n"
208 STRING_DIR_HELP6, "%16i Dir(s)% 15s bytes\n"
209 STRING_DIR_HELP7, "\n Directory of %s\n\n"
210 STRING_DIR_HELP8, "%16i File(s)% 14s bytes\n"
212 STRING_DIRSTACK_HELP1, "Stores the current directory for use by the POPD command, then\n\
213 changes to the specified directory.\n\n\
214 PUSHD [path | ..]\n\n\
215 path Specifies the directory to make the current directory\n"
217 STRING_DIRSTACK_HELP2, "Changes to the directory stored by the PUSHD command.\n\nPOPD"
219 STRING_DIRSTACK_HELP3, "Prints the contents of the directory stack.\n\nDIRS"
221 STRING_DIRSTACK_HELP4, "Directory stack empty"
223 STRING_ECHO_HELP1, "Display a messages without trailing carridge return and line feed.\n\n\
224 ECHOS message"
226 STRING_ECHO_HELP2, "Displays a message to the standard error.\n\n\
227 ECHOERR message\n\
228 ECHOERR. prints an empty line"
230 STRING_ECHO_HELP3, "Prints a messages to standard error output without trailing carridge return and line feed.\n\n\
231 ECHOSERR message"
233 STRING_ECHO_HELP4, "Displays a message or switches command echoing on or off.\n\n\
234 ECHO [ON | OFF]\n\
235 ECHO [message]\n\
236 ECHO. prints an empty line\n\n\
237 Type ECHO without a parameter to display the current ECHO setting."
239 STRING_ECHO_HELP5, "ECHO is %s\n"
241 STRING_EXIT_HELP, "Exits the command line interpreter.\n\nEXIT\n"
243 STRING_FOR_HELP1, "Runs a specified command for each file in a set of files\n\n\
244 FOR %variable IN (set) DO command [parameters]\n\n\
245 %variable Specifies a replaceable parameter.\n\
246 (set) Specifies a set of one or more files. Wildcards may be used.\n\
247 command Specifies the command to carry out for each file.\n\
248 parameters Specifies parameters or switches for the specified command.\n\n\
249 To use the FOR command in a batch program, specify %%variable instead of\n\
250 %variable.\n"
252 STRING_FREE_HELP1, "\nVolume in drive %s is %-11s\n\
253 Serial number is %s\n\
254 %16s bytes total disk space\n\
255 %16s bytes used\n\
256 %16s bytes free\n"
258 STRING_FREE_HELP2, "Displays drive information.\n\nFREE [drive: ...]\n"
260 STRING_IF_HELP1, "Performs conditional processing in batch programs.\n\n\
261 IF [NOT] ERRORLEVEL number command\n\
262 IF [NOT] string1==string2 command\n\
263 IF [NOT] EXIST filename command\n\
264 IF [NOT] DEFINED variable command\n\n\
265 NOT Specifies that CMD should carry out the command only if\n\
266 the condition is false\n\
267 ERRORLEVEL number Specifies a true condition if the last program run returned\n\
268 an exit code equal or greater than the number specified.\n\
269 command Specifies the command to carry out if the condition is met.\n\
270 string1==string2 Specifies a true condition if the specified text strings\n\
271 match.\n\
272 EXIST filename Specifies a true condition if the specified filename exists.\n\
273 DEFINED variable Specifies a true condition if the specified variable is\n\
274 defined.\n"
276 STRING_GOTO_HELP1, "Directs CMD to a labeled line in a batch script.\n\n\
277 GOTO label\n\n\
278 label Specifies a text string used in a batch script as a label.\n\n\
279 You type a label on a line by itself, beginning with a colon."
281 STRING_LABEL_HELP1, "Displays or changes drive label.\n\nLABEL [drive:][label]\n"
283 STRING_LABEL_HELP2, "Volume in drive %c: is %s\n"
284 STRING_LABEL_HELP3, "Volume in drive %c: has no label\n"
285 STRING_LABEL_HELP4, "Volume Serial Number is %04X-%04X\n"
286 STRING_LABEL_HELP5, "Drive label (11 Characters, ENTER if none)? "
288 STRING_LOCALE_HELP1, "Current time is"
290 STRING_MKDIR_HELP, "Creates a directory.\n\n\
291 MKDIR [drive:]path\nMD [drive:]path"
293 STRING_MEMMORY_HELP1, "Displays the amount of system memory.\n\nMEMORY"
295 STRING_MEMMORY_HELP2, "\n %12s%% memory load.\n\n\
296 %13s bytes total physical RAM.\n\
297 %13s bytes available physical RAM.\n\n\
298 %13s bytes total page file.\n\
299 %13s bytes available page file.\n\n\
300 %13s bytes total virtual memory.\n\
301 %13s bytes available virtual memory.\n"
303 STRING_MISC_HELP1, "Press a key to continue...\n"
305 STRING_MOVE_HELP1, "Overwrite %s (Yes/No/All)? "
307 STRING_MOVE_HELP2, "Moves files and renames files and directories.\n\n\
308 To move one or more files:\n\
309 MOVE [/N][drive:][path]filename1[,...] destination\n\n\
310 To rename a directory:\n\
311 MOVE [/N][drive:][path]dirname1 dirname2\n\n\
312 [drive:][path]filename1 Specifies the location and name of the file\n\
313 or files you want to move.\n\
314 /N Nothing. Do everything but move files or directories.\n\n\
315 Current limitations:\n\
316 - You can't move a file or directory from one drive to another.\n"
318 STRING_MSGBOX_HELP, "display a message box and return user responce\n\n\
319 MSGBOX type ['title'] prompt\n\n\
320 type button displayed\n\
321 possible values are: OK, OKCANCEL,\n\
323 title title of message box\n\
324 prompt text displayed by the message box\n\n\n\
325 ERRORLEVEL is set according the button pressed:\n\n\
326 YES : 10 | NO : 11\n\
327 OK : 10 | CANCEL : 12\n"
329 STRING_PATH_HELP1, "Displays or sets a search path for executable files.\n\n\
330 PATH [[drive:]path[;...]]\nPATH ;\n\n\
331 Type PATH ; to clear all search-path settings and direct the command shell\n\
332 to search only in the current directory.\n\
333 Type PATH without parameters to display the current path.\n"
335 STRING_PROMPT_HELP1, "Changes the command prompt.\n\n\
336 PROMPT [text]\n\n\
337 text Specifies a new command prompt.\n\n\
338 Prompt can be made up of normal characters and the following special codes:\n\n\
339 $A & (Ampersand)\n\
340 $B | (pipe)\n\
341 $C ( (Left parenthesis)\n\
342 $D Current date\n\
343 $E Escape code (ASCII code 27)\n\
344 $F ) (Right parenthesis)\n\
345 $G > (greater-than sign)\n\
346 $H Backspace (erases previous character)\n\
347 $L < (less-than sign)\n\
348 $N Current drive\n\
349 $P Current drive and path\n\
350 $Q = (equal sign)\n\
351 $T Current time\n\
352 $V OS version number\n\
353 $_ Carriage return and linefeed\n\
354 $$ $ (dollar sign)\n"
356 STRING_PAUSE_HELP1, "Stops the execution of a batch file and shows the following message:\n\
357 'Press any key to continue...' or a user defined message.\n\n\
358 PAUSE [message]"
360 STRING_PROMPT_HELP2, " $+ Displays the current depth of the directory stack"
362 STRING_PROMPT_HELP3, "\nType PROMPT without parameters to reset the prompt to the default setting."
364 STRING_REM_HELP, "Starts a comment line in a batch file.\n\nREM [Comment]"
366 STRING_RMDIR_HELP, "Removes a directory.\n\n\
367 RMDIR [drive:]path\nRD [drive:]path"
369 STRING_REN_HELP1, "Renames a file/directory or files/directories.\n\n\
370 RENAME [/E /N /P /Q /S /T] old_name ... new_name\n\
371 REN [/E /N /P /Q /S /T] old_name ... new_name\n\n\
372 /E No error messages.\n\
373 /N Nothing.\n\
374 /P Prompts for confirmation before renaming each file.\n\
375 (Not implemented yet!)\n\
376 /Q Quiet.\n\
377 /S Rename subdirectories.\n\
378 /T Display total number of renamed files.\n\n\
379 Note that you cannot specify a new drive or path for your destination. Use\n\
380 the MOVE command for that purpose.\n"
382 STRING_REN_HELP2, " %lu file renamed\n"
384 STRING_REN_HELP3, " %lu files renamed\n"
386 STRING_SHIFT_HELP, "Changes the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file.\n\n\
389 STRING_SCREEN_HELP, "move cursor and optionally print text\n\n\
390 SCREEN row col [text]\n\n\
391 row row to wich move the cursor\n\
392 col column to wich move the cursor"
394 STRING_SET_HELP, "Displays, sets, or removes environment variables.\n\n\
395 SET [variable[=][string]]\n\n\
396 variable Specifies the environment-variable name.\n\
397 string Specifies a series of characters to assign to the variable.\n\n\
398 Type SET without parameters to display the current environment variables.\n"
400 STRING_START_HELP1, "Starts a command.\n\n\
401 START command\n\n\
402 command Specifies the command to run.\n\n\
403 At the moment all commands are started asynchronously.\n"
405 STRING_TITLE_HELP, "Sets the window title for the command prompt window.\n\n\
406 TITLE [string]\n\n\
407 string Specifies the title for the command prompt window.\n"
409 STRING_TIME_HELP1, "Displays or sets the system time.\n\n\
410 TIME [/T][time]\n\n\
411 /T display only\n\n\
412 Type TIME with no parameters to display the current time setting and a prompt\n\
413 for a new one. Press ENTER to keep the same time.\n"
415 STRING_TIME_HELP2, "Enter new time: "
417 STRING_TIMER_HELP1, "Elapsed %d msecs\n"
419 STRING_TIMER_HELP2, "Elapsed %02d%c%02d%c%02d%c%02d\n"
421 STRING_TIMER_HELP3, "allow the use of ten stopwaches.\n\n\
422 TIMER [ON|OFF] [/S] [/n] [/Fn]\n\n\
423 ON set stopwach ON\n\
424 OFF set stopwach OFF\n\
425 /S Split time. Return stopwatch split\n\
426 time without changing its value\n\
427 /n Specifiy the stopwach number.\n\
428 Stopwaches avaliable are 0 to 9\n\
429 If it is not specified default is 1\n\
430 /Fn Format for output\n\
431 n can be:\n\
432 0 milliseconds\n\
433 1 hh%cmm%css%cdd\n\n\
434 if none of ON, OFF or /S is specified the command\n\
435 will toggle stopwach state\n\n"
437 STRING_TYPE_HELP1, "Displays the contents of text files.\n\nTYPE [drive:][path]filename \n\
438 /P Shows one screen of output at a time.\n"
440 STRING_VERIFY_HELP1, "This command is just a dummy!!\n\
441 Sets whether to verify that your files are written correctly to a\n\
442 disk.\n\n\
443 VERIFY [ON | OFF]\n\n\
444 Type VERIFY without a parameter to display the current VERIFY setting.\n"
448 STRING_VERIFY_HELP3, "Must specify ON or OFF."
450 STRING_VERSION_HELP1, "Displays shell version information\n\n\
451 VER [/C][/R][/W]\n\n\
452 /C Displays credits.\n\
453 /R Displays redistribution information.\n\
454 /W Displays warranty information."
456 STRING_VERSION_HELP2, " comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details\n\
457 type: `ver /w'. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute\n\
458 it under certain conditions; type `ver /r' for details. Type `ver /c' for a\n\
459 listing of credits."
461 STRING_VERSION_HELP3, "\n This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,\n\
462 but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of\n\
464 GNU General Public License for more details."
466 STRING_VERSION_HELP4, "\n This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify\n\
467 it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by\n\
468 the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or\n\
469 (at your option) any later version.\n"
471 STRING_VERSION_HELP5, "\nSend bug reports to <ros-dev@reactos.com>.\n\
472 Updates are available at: http://www.reactos.com"
474 STRING_VERSION_HELP6, "\nFreeDOS version written by:\n"
476 STRING_VERSION_HELP7, "\nReactOS version written by:\n"
478 STRING_VOL_HELP1, " Volume in drive %c: is %s"
479 STRING_VOL_HELP2, " Volume in drive %c: has no label"
480 STRING_VOL_HELP3, " Volume Serial Number is %04X-%04X\n"
481 STRING_VOL_HELP4, "Displays the disk volume label and serial number, if they exist.\n\nVOL [drive:]"
483 STRING_WINDOW_HELP1, "change console window aspect\n\n\
484 WINDOW [/POS[=]left,top,width,heigth]\n\
485 [MIN|MAX|RESTORE] ['title']\n\n\
486 /POS specify window placement and dimensions\n\
487 MIN minimize the window\n\
488 MAX maximize the window\n\
489 RESTORE restore the window"
491 STRING_WINDOW_HELP2, "change console window aspect\n\n\
492 ACTIVATE 'window' [/POS[=]left,top,width,heigth]\n\
493 [MIN|MAX|RESTORE] ['title']\n\n\
494 window tile of window on wich perform actions\n\
495 /POS specify window placement and dimensions\n\
496 MIN minimize the window\n\
497 MAX maximize the window\n\
498 RESTORE restore the window\n\
499 title new title\n"
502 STRING_HELP1, "List of all available commands (+ description)\n\n\
503 command /? For more information on a specific command\n\n\
504 ? List all available commands without description).\n\
505 ALIAS Sets, removes or shows aliases.\n\
506 ATTRIB Displays or changes file attributes.\n\
507 BEEP Beep the speaker.\n\
508 CALL Calls one batch program from another.\n\
509 CD Displays the name of or changes the current directory.\n\
510 CHCP Displays or sets the active code page number.\n\
511 CHOICE Waits for the user to choose one of a set of choices.\n\
512 CLS Clears the screen.\n\
513 CMD Starts a new instance of the Windows command interpreter.\n\
514 COLOR Sets the default console foreground and background colors.\n\
515 COPY Copies one or more files to another location.\n\
516 DATE Displays or sets the date.\n\
517 DELETE Deletes one or more files.\n\
518 DIR Displays a list of files and subdirectories in a directory.\n\
519 ECHO Displays messages, or turns command echoing on or off.\n\
520 ERASE Deletes one or more files.\n\
521 EXIT Quits the CMD.EXE program (command interpreter).\n\
522 FOR Runs a specified command for each file in a set of files.\n\
523 FREE (free) disc space.\n\
524 GOTO Directs the Windows command interpreter to a labeled line in\n\
525 a batch program.\n\
526 HELP Provides Help information for ReactOS commands.\n\
527 HISTORY List alle commands which has been used\n\
528 IF Performs conditional processing in batch programs.\n\
529 LABEL Creates, changes, or deletes the volume label of a disk.\n\
530 MD Creates a directory.\n\
531 MKDIR Creates a directory.\n\
532 MOVE Moves one or more files from one directory to another\n\
533 directory.\n\
534 PATH Displays or sets a search path for executable files.\n\
535 PAUSE Suspends processing of a batch file and displays a message.\n\
536 POPD Restores the previous value of the current directory saved by\n\
537 PUSHD.\n\
538 PROMPT Changes the command prompt.\n\
539 PUSHD Saves the current directory then changes it.\n\
540 RD Removes a directory.\n\
541 REM Records comments (remarks) in batch files.\n\
542 REN Renames a file or files.\n\
543 RENAME Renames a file or files.\n\
544 RMDIR Removes a directory.\n\
545 SCREEN Move cursor and optionally print text.\n\
546 SET Displays, sets, or removes Windows environment variables.\n\
547 SHIFT Shifts the position of replaceable parameters in batch files.\n"
548 STRING_HELP2, "START Starts a separate window to run a specified program or command.\n\
549 Befehl auszufuehren.\n\
550 TIME Displays or sets the system time.\n\
551 TIMER Allow the use of ten stopwaches.\n\
552 TITLE Sets the window title for a CMD.EXE session.\n\
553 TYPE Displays the contents of a text file.\n\
554 VER Displays the Windows version.\n\
555 VERIFY Tells Windows whether to verify that your files are written\n\
556 correctly to a disk.\n\
557 VOL Displays a disk volume label and serial number.\n"
564 STRING_ALIAS_ERROR, "Command line too long after alias expansion!\n"
565 STRING_BATCH_ERROR, "Error opening batch file\n"
566 STRING_CHCP_ERROR1, "Active code page: %u\n"
567 STRING_CHCP_ERROR4, "Invalid code page\n"
568 STRING_CHOICE_ERROR, "Invalid option. Expected format: /C[:]options"
569 STRING_CHOICE_ERROR_TXT, "Invalid option. Expected format: /T[:]c,nn"
570 STRING_CHOICE_ERROR_OPTION, "Illegal Option: %s"
571 STRING_CMD_ERROR1, "Can't redirect input from file %s\n"
572 STRING_CMD_ERROR2, "Error creating temporary file for pipe data\n"
573 STRING_CMD_ERROR3, "Can't redirect to file %s\n"
574 STRING_CMD_ERROR4, "Running %s...\n"
575 STRING_CMD_ERROR5, "Running cmdexit.bat...\n"
576 STRING_COLOR_ERROR1, "Same colors error! (Background and foreground can't be the same color)"
577 STRING_COLOR_ERROR2, "error in color specification"
578 STRING_COLOR_ERROR3, "Color %x\n"
579 STRING_COLOR_ERROR4, "same colors error!"
580 STRING_CONSOLE_ERROR, "Unknown error: %d\n"
581 STRING_COPY_ERROR1, "Error: Cannot open source - %s!\n"
582 STRING_COPY_ERROR2, "Error: Can't copy onto itself!\n"
583 STRING_COPY_ERROR3, "Error writing destination!\n"
584 STRING_COPY_ERROR4, "Error: Not implemented yet!\n"
585 STRING_DATE_ERROR, "Invalid date."
586 STRING_DEL_ERROR5, "The file %s will be deleted! "
587 STRING_DEL_ERROR6, "Are you sure (Y/N)?"
588 STRING_DEL_ERROR7, "Deleting: %s\n"
589 STRING_ERROR_ERROR1, "Unknown error! Error code: 0x%lx\n"
590 STRING_ERROR_ERROR2, "Syntax error"
591 STRING_FOR_ERROR1, "'in' missing in for statement."
592 STRING_FOR_ERROR2, "no brackets found."
593 STRING_FOR_ERROR3, "'do' missing."
594 STRING_FOR_ERROR4, "no command after 'do'."
595 STRING_FREE_ERROR1, "Invalid drive"
596 STRING_FREE_ERROR2, "unlabeled"
597 STRING_GOTO_ERROR1, "No label specified for GOTO"
598 STRING_GOTO_ERROR2, "Label '%s' not found\n"
601 STRING_MOVE_ERROR2, "[Error]\n"
603 STRING_REN_ERROR1, "MoveFile() failed. Error: %lu\n"
605 STRING_START_ERROR1, "No batch support at the moment!"
607 STRING_TIME_ERROR1, "Invalid time."
609 STRING_TYPE_ERROR1, "Invalid option '/%s'\n"
611 STRING_WINDOW_ERROR1, "window not found"
614 STRING_ERROR_PARAMETERF_ERROR, "Parameter format not correct - %c\n"
615 STRING_ERROR_INVALID_SWITCH, "Invalid switch - /%c\n"
616 STRING_ERROR_TOO_MANY_PARAMETERS, "Too many parameters - %s\n"
617 STRING_ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND, "Path not found\n"
618 STRING_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND, "File not found\n"
619 STRING_ERROR_REQ_PARAM_MISSING, "Required parameter missing\n"
620 STRING_ERROR_INVALID_DRIVE, "Invalid drive specification\n"
621 STRING_ERROR_INVALID_PARAM_FORMAT, "Invalid parameter format - %s\n"
622 STRING_ERROR_BADCOMMAND, "Bad command or filename\n"
623 STRING_ERROR_OUT_OF_MEMORY, "Out of memory error.\n"
624 STRING_ERROR_CANNOTPIPE, "Error! Cannot pipe! Cannot open temporary file!\n"
625 STRING_ERROR_D_PAUSEMSG, "Press any key to continue . . ."
626 STRING_ERROR_DRIVER_NOT_READY, "Drive not ready"
628 STRING_PATH_ERROR, "CMD: Not in environment '%s'\n"
630 STRING_CMD_SHELLINFO, "\nReactOS Command Line Interpreter"
631 STRING_VERSION_RUNVER, " running on %s"
632 STRING_COPY_FILE , " %d file(s) copied\n"
634 STRING_FOR_ERROR, "bad variable specification."
635 STRING_SCREEN_COL, "invalid value for col"
636 STRING_SCREEN_ROW, "invalid value for row"
637 STRING_TIMER_TIME "Timer %d is %s: "
638 }