cmd: Add a space at the end of the first echo'ed batch line [try4]

Alexandre Julliard julliard at
Mon Oct 18 04:49:05 CDT 2010

Alexandre Goujon <ale.goujon at> writes:

> I was looking for a forbidden char in batch files but just I found accentuated chars whereas I wanted a single (not wide) char.
> Finally, I found it in the ASCII table.
> The \x1a character name is SUBSTITUTE and is exactly what we need.

It means end of file on Windows, so it's not a good choice. Please don't
add magic control chars, do a @space@ style of thing.

Alexandre Julliard
julliard at

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