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:: Obtaining user input in Windows NT
:: with the use of the LABEL command
:: posted August 20,1999
:: Author: Walter Zackery
::
:: Adapted by Rob van der Woude
:: (no longer uses a temporary file;
:: redirection of label command's
:: standard error prevents label command's
:: own prompt to be displayed on screen)

CLS
ECHO.
FOR /F "tokens=5* delims= " %%A IN ('VOL C: ^| FIND "drive C"') DO SET OLDLABEL=%%B
ECHO Enter some input string, containing no more than 32 characters:
FOR /F "TOKENS=*" %%? IN ('LABEL C: 2^>NUL') DO SET INPUT=%%?
SET INPUT
LABEL C: %OLDLABEL%
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