When reading a script, the default is to echo the prompt and the response read. This default is very useful, as it allows you to watch the effect the script is having on your current program. However, in certain cases it is useful to suppress this information. This can be done with the %Echo%off command. For example:
Currently, %Echo% is a global command. Therefore, if you write any scripts that turn off the echo, you should add an %e%on line at the bottom to turn the echo back on for the next script.