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* (Multiply) Operator in Arithmetic Operators of MS-DOS Commands
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* operator used to multify two operands values.This is one of the arithmetic operator.For other arithmetic opertion like subtraction(-), addition(+), division(/) different operators are available.
Example
@echo off
REM Example to multiply two numbers using * Operator in ms dos batch file

SET a=23
SET b=10

SET /a c=a*b
ECHO C value is %c%

SET /p exit=Press enter to exit
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