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The for /f batch file command contains a little-known feature. As the following example shows, you can use multiple token selections in the statement.
for /f "tokens=1,2,3" %%a in (textfile.txt) do call :Func1 %%a %%b %%c
This command passes the first, second, and third tokens on the line in your batch file to Func1.