- I want to ping a site and store the results of all the pings in a variable or array in order to get more descriptive information from the result.
I don't know much about batch, but what I want is to execute a command such as ping google.com -n 200 and store all 200 ping latency results to a variable. The default results (avg max min %lost) isn't enough for me to tell if I can do what I need to do. I would like to calculate the average, offset the average (shift it by (x - avg)) and then calculate the new average of everything > 0. Sort of like stdev for my ping results. I could also rms(result - avg) and get similar information, but I'm not sure how to copy these values without doing it by hand. I would ideally just have a batch file on my desktop that I can double click and have it run and echo the results.