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Find & Replace String in String manipulation of MS-DOS Commands
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How to find and replace string in ms dos command 
This topic is explained about how to find and replace a string in string using ms dos commands. The below syntax to perform find and replace on a string.

Syntax:
%<variable-name>:<find-text>=<replace-text>%

SET aval=welcame to ms-dos
ECHO %aval:came=come%

About aval is variable name. came is search string. come is replace string. So output is "welcome to ms-dos".
Find and Replace string in ms-dos example
@echo off
SET text=Welcame to india
ECHO String is: %text%
ECHO Search string is "came" replace with "come"

ECHO %text:came=come%
SET /p exit=Bye
Output 
String is: Welcame to india
Search string is "came" replace with "come"
Welcome to india
Bye
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