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accepted How can I sort objects by third column in Powershell?
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comment How can I sort objects by third column in Powershell?
Okay, I'm going to do that then.
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comment How can I sort objects by third column in Powershell?
Thanks for the help @EBGreen. Though I'm not sure what to do accept your answer or write an answer for my own question, because you helped me a lot, and I think you deserve the reputation.
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comment How can I sort objects by third column in Powershell?
Thanks for the edit, but that's what I've been using. I've edited the question, and added some more code. Anyhow, thanks.
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comment How can I sort objects by third column in Powershell?
Actually I use cksum: $allfiles=get-childitem $inputpath -rec | Where-Object {!($_.psiscontainer)} cd $inputpath foreach ($file in $allfiles) {cksum.exe $file | Out-File -Append $pathtooutputfile}
Apr
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comment How can I sort objects by third column in Powershell?
Thanks. This almost works but file names and directory names that contain space characters messes up the thing.
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