The CALL command enables label or command file execution within the current command promp context (e.g. the command executed can change environment variables values of calling script).
CALL [/e] [file] [:label] [parameters ...]
Call either the file file or the label :label within the current pBat context.
file : A path to the file to be executed. If the label name :label and the /e switch have been specified, then pBat will serach the given label in file.
:label : A label where the command file execution will be started. If neither file nor /e have been specified, then :label is to be searched on the current file.
/e : Indicate that both file and :label have been specified. This switch avoid ambiguous behaviour toward parameter. By default, pBat will only take in account the very firs parameter. This switch has no effect if not specified in first or second position, it will be considered as a parameter to be passed in parameters.
parameters … : The parameters to be passed to the called script. The parameters will be passed through %1 - %9. You can give at most 9 parameters, that is largely sufficient.
The ability to provide either file and :label are a pBat extension. You can get a cmd.exe compatible behavior by setting the option CMDLYCORRECT from the command SETLOCAL.
Compatible with cmd.exe, exception made for the /e switch.
Available since version 2014.0.9.