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Concat in String manipulation of MS-DOS Commands
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How to concat strings in ms dos commands 
Concat string is directly done with variables without assigning any character inbetween strings because variables are surrounded by %.

string1 has John, string 2 has Peter going to merge string1 and string2 to string3 variable.
SET string3=First name: %string1%; Last name: %string2%;
Example
@echo off
SET string1=John
SET string2=Peter

SET string3=First name: %string1%; Last name: %string2%;

ECHO %string3%
SET /p exit=Bye
Result 
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