Batchbetrieb (engl. batch „eine Ofenbefüllung beim Backen“, übertragen „paket-/stapelweise hintereinander“) steht für:

  • einen Chargenprozess in der Pharmazie, bei dem ein Apparat (Rührkessel, Ofen…) diskontinuierlich beschickt wird
  • sequentielle Kommandoabarbeitung in der Computerprogrammierung, siehe Stapelverarbeitung
  • eine unter Microsoft DOS und Windows ausführbare Kommandozeilen-Skriptsprache, siehe Windows Batch

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