Pause the execution of a batch file
Displays the message "Press any key to continue . . ."
To suppress the message:
To display a different message:
Echo Pulse cualquier tecla para continuar
Execution of a batch script can also be paused by pressing CTRL-S (or the Pause|Break key) on the keyboard, this also works for pausing a single command such as a long DIR /s listing.
Pressing any key will resume the operation.
PAUSE does not set or clear the Errorlevel.
PAUSE is an internal command.
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SLEEP - Wait for x seconds.
TIMEOUT - Delay that allows the user to press a key and continue immediately.
Equivalent bash command (Linux): read -p "press any key to continue" or ctrl-z & fg