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Is there a way to schedule batch jobs in MS-DOS ?

I am trying to use an API on a Web weather site that limits access to no more than 10 calls per minute. Since I need to call the API 365 times, I would like to set up a batch script that calls the API once a minute. I've looked through the Web looking for how to do this, but have yet to find a way that works. Has anyone else had this need, and found a method to do this? That would save me a lot of time.

Is there a way to schedule batch jobs in MS-DOS ?

I am trying to use an API on a Web weather site that limits access to no more than 10 calls per minute. Since I need to call the API 365 times, I would like to set up a batch script that calls the API once a minute. I've looked through the Web looking for how to do this, but have yet to find a way that works. Has anyone else had this need, and found a method to do this? That would save me a lot of time.

Is there a way to schedule batch jobs in MS-DOS ?

I am trying to use an API on a Web weather site that limits access to no more than 10 calls per minute. Since I need to call the API 365 times, I would like to set up a batch script that calls the API once a minute. I've looked through the Web looking for how to do this, but have yet to find a way that works. Has anyone else had this need, and found a method to do this? That would save me a lot of time.

Is there a way to schedule batch jobs in MS-DOS ?

I am trying to use an API on a Web weather site that limits access to no more than 10 calls per minute. Since I need to call the API 365 times, I would like to set up a batch script that calls the API once a minute. I've looked through the Web looking for how to do this, but have yet to find a way that works. Has anyone else had this need, and found a method to do this? That would save me a lot of time.