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@echo off
for /l %%a in (2,1,%t%)do call:a
for /l %%a in (2,1,%t%)do call:b
for /l %%a in (2,1,%t%)do call:c
for /l %%a in (2,1,%t%)do call:d
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:e
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:f
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:g
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:h
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:i
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:j
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:k
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:l
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:m
for /l %%a in (2,1,%f%)do call:n

Each loop falls through therefore executing an additional iteration. Loops are limited to ~2³² due to the 32-bit integer limit. The first four loops each count 2²⁵ for a total of 2¹⁰⁰ while the remaining ten loops each count 5¹⁰ for a total of 5¹⁰⁰.