Windows English - Windows scripting Language is equivalent to the English Language
Winglish - Scripting in Windows is equivalent to the English language. There are exceptions to the rules in the English language, and scripting in Windows has undocumented exceptions. You will have to find these exceptions on your own, but here is one example:

c:\>set min=06
c:\>set /a min +=1
7
c:\>set min=07
c:\>set /a min +=1
8
c:\>set min=08
c:\>set /a min +=1
1
by JJV1 April 02, 2008

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