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As you didn't indicate which operating system you are using, I'll assume you're using an NT-based system (Windows NT4/2000/XP/.NET). The FTP.EXE command line program will do everything you want. In fact, the -s option allows you to pass in a text file of commands to execute, so you don't even have to go to the trouble of writing a batch file.
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