I have images with filenames like
0034343.jpg and I want to remove the leading zeros, leaving
34343.jpg as the new filename.
How can I do this in the command prompt? I tried
REN 00*.jpg *.jpg, but it didn't work.
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You should be able to start with:
This will, as it stands, simply echo the
Stepping through it bit by bit:
You can examine the various commands by entering
This will just strip two characters off the beginning of every file name. Delayed expansion must be enabled. Might need to do