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Macro parameters have to be enclosed double or single quotation marks, or in brackets (in the case where there are multiple parameters to a macro or where the parameters required contain no spaces). If you want to use one of these within a macro parameter when you have already used the respective character as the enclosing one, escape it for the parameter by using a pair instead of a single one:
the macro parameter is my "double quoted" text
is the same only with double quotation marks used throughout.
The Bat! allows special characters not appearing in the parameter string as delimiters, too:
Note: In some cases you are required to use brackets, for example in macros with more than one parameter.
Note: Quotation marks are not required for one-word or one-macro parameters when using brackets to enclose them.