Cmd Trick: Create your own calculator using cmd command

Cmd Trick: Create your own calculator using cmd command

What does CMD mean?

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What is CMD? 

CMD is “Command”

CMD Definition / CMD Means

The definition of CMD is “Command”

The Meaning of CMD

CMD means “Command”

So now you know – CMD means “Command” – don’t thank us. YW !

What does CMD mean? CMD is an acronym, abbreviation or slang word that is explained above where the CMD definition is given.

Batch files are text files that contain a sequence of commands commonly used in system command prompt to perform various computer operations like starting programs or running system utilities, etc. In Disk Operating System (DOS) and Windows, batch files are intended to be executed by the command explainer. There are many computer operations that can be performed by using these .bat files. 

In this article we will know how we can create our own calculator by writing a few commands.

  • Open notepad file or any other text editor then Copy & Paste the following code into the notepad:
  • Code


color a

title My Calculator


ECHO —————————————- ——-





ECHO —————————————- ——-




echo —————————————- ——-

SET /p UDefine=

SET /a UDefine=%UDefine%


ECHO %UDefine%


goto loop


  • Then save it as “ calc.bat ” where “ .bat ” is extension for batch files. 
  • Now go to your save location
  • double click on the batch file icon (Clac)
  •  Now open your own Calculator in command prompt window.

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