How to create a blank line in a batch file
How to create a blank line in a batch file.
Tip: Adding @echo off at the beginning of the batch file will also turn off the echo and not show each of the commands.
echo There will be a blank line below
echo Above line is blank
echo The above line is also blank.
An alternate solution could be to insert a blank ASCII character by typing ALT+255 in the batch file. Although this solution can work, we still recommend using the above solution since it works in all versions of MS-DOS and Windows.
- See the echo definition for further information and related links.