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May
12
comment How can I feed a file into a program that reads stdin (on Windows command line)?
yes, feel free to do so, your solution is correct. actually the hints from bjanssen was also correct, since P < file in fact works.
May
12
comment How can I feed a file into a program that reads stdin (on Windows command line)?
that works also, interesting, thx!
May
12
comment How can I feed a file into a program that reads stdin (on Windows command line)?
my program is correct, please do not doubt that. the behavior is the same when I exchange P with grep for instance.
May
12
comment How can I feed a file into a program that reads stdin (on Windows command line)?
P is written in C#, .Net .
May
12
comment How can I feed a file into a program that reads stdin (on Windows command line)?
i can certainly write a program that reads the file and forwards it to stdout. i just wonder if such thing does exist already.
May
12
comment How can I feed a file into a program that reads stdin (on Windows command line)?
as mentioned, p < file does not work.
Mar
29
comment Which tool can display historical CPU usage (for the last minutes, hours)
thx for the hint, the other question is indeed helpful.
Mar
29
comment Which tool can display historical CPU usage (for the last minutes, hours)
Yes! I use Process Explorer and all the Sysinternal tools all the time, but was not aware about that. That is just perfect!
Mar
6
comment How can I drag and drop an image from Windows Explorer to an Outlook email (2013)
yes, 1 image, totally basic. and it strictly goes into the mail as attachment even when I drop it inside the text.
Mar
6
comment How can I drag and drop an image from Windows Explorer to an Outlook email (2013)
yes, insert picture works as expected.
Mar
6
comment How can I drag and drop an image from Windows Explorer to an Outlook email (2013)
gif, jpeg, all the same, land as attachments.