Wait - Copyright (C) 2011-2012, Incode Systems, Inc.
Version 1.3.0 www.incodesystems.com sales1Usage: [options] UNTIL [DATE] TIME
Where: TIME is in the form HH:MM:SSPM, and is a clock time to exit.
AM or PM may be added to the time, or military time may be used
Usage: [options] TIME
Where: TIME is in the form HH:MM:SS, and is the number of
hours, minutes, and seconds to wait from now to exit.
Usage: [options] TimeUnit
Where: TimeUnit is a floating point number with an optional suffix:
s, m, h, d for seconds (default), minutes, hours, or days to wait
from now to exit.
-sc Show cursor (cursor is invisible by default)
-ss Show status
Wait is designed to control the timing of commands in batch files.
If a key is pressed while Wait is running, a status message shows
when Wait will exit, and the operator may press Esc to exit immediately
or press any other key to remove the status message and resume Wait.
Wait sets ERRORLEVEL to 1 if exited by operator,
ERRORLEVEL 2 if User exits with Ctrl-C, Ctrl-Break, or System logout, etc.
(Note: Wait replaces a 1990 DOS program with the same name and basic function)