Updating enemy territory
By convention, configuration and script files use the extension .cfg, but they are simply basic text documents and are created/opened with Notepad as such.
One thing to be aware of however is Notepad may save the files as txt, and similar can happen if you try to rename files to a extension and Windows is set to 'hide known file types' in folder options. You can call the cfg file whatever you want, and load it with the command "exec filename.cfg" (the is optional, as ET will assume a extension).
To open the console, press whatever key you have bound to "toggle Console".
Server commands therefore are generally used when configuring a server, but most will also work with clients using RCON.
The second press increments by 1, and so on until it reaches 10.
Thus cycle is very useful for cycling through a range of incremental settings for a specified cvar, within specified minimum and maximum values. If you set the min and max and leave out the third number, it will default to an increment of 1.
vstr is used to gain the functionality of a command for commands or cvars which are not commands.
For example: with bind x vstr "command A command B", pressing x would issue command A, and upon release of the key command B would be issued.