Anyone have a clue what valid purpose the following code might have?
Break On
Shell ("cmd.exe /c echo off")
It's at the start of every Kix script in a package that I was asked to review. I know the actual syntax is incorrect, and "cmd.exe" is not as flexible as %COMSPEC%, but why run "echo off" from a shell in a Kix script? Just wondering if I'm missing something that's not immediately obvious. To me, it's running a command that says "Echo is Off" and then exits.

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