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About Us - "Complexity comes easy, simplicity takes brain." (Peter Hartmann - founder of

Description: Here at we are looking for the most advanced DOS techniques to write the greatest most useful DOS batch scripts with the least amount of complexity.

By experience we know that great software and perfect programming code evolves from an iterative process of simplification. Coming up with the simplest but at the same time most generic and robust code usually takes the smartest thoughts. At the end it`s fun to see things turning out just right.

Peter H.


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