by nathandelane on Fri Jan 16, 2009 9:42 am ([msg=16402]see Re: All In Favor Of Adding A "Batch" Section?[/msg])
Agreed. Batch falls under Interpreted Languages. Batch is a shell language that is interpreted by the shell (in this case by cmd.exe), similar to bash (sh, zsh, ksh), or csh (tcsh, bcsh) on UNIX (including Apple Macintosh) and Linux.
by vladiftodi on Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:14 pm ([msg=16518]see Re: All In Favor Of Adding A "Batch" Section?[/msg])
there are already enough sections already even more than enough I could say no new sections are necessary and why discriminate any other language in favor of another? especially when paradigms are so similar and in general languages... and it would be silly to make a bath section I don't even dare it consider it a programming lanaguage... (good programming language that is)