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comment SIMPLE Hack required for Running Multiple iMacros in RANDOM fashion
I know it's not batch..I just meant that if I can see the exact files and run it reproducing the same error that you do then there's a chance I might figure it out or have some ideas, anyhow I have to go out now but I'd note that normally u'd want stackoverflow.com for a programming question.I don't know whether your question is jscript or javascript.but you'd want to tag it accordingly.I did look up imacros b4, and it showed it used in the context of a webpage, though you didn't indicate that so maybe yours isn't in that context.Either way,Stackoverflow is better and meant for programming qs.
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comment Is it possible for my ISP to detect my true internet speed?
@Tyson You write "makes it easier to actually get a truck rolled" and the "'inside wire maint' upcharge" and "dodge a truck roll and get off the line ASAP" <-- Dear Mike Tyson, What on earth does all that mean? Is that all slang?
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comment Port Forwarding with the real IP-address
@Maya Your technical writing is perhaps not clear enough for people, so try to communicate in a way that is unambiguous and clear and can be understood without or with minimal explanation. So for example, use screenshots, use pastes from the command line / terminal. State what you expect contrast with what you get. Write in the actual public IPs but blank out one or two of the numbers.
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comment SIMPLE Hack required for Running Multiple iMacros in RANDOM fashion
I am not that familiar with javascript,but perhaps u can show all code perhaps in www.pastebin.com if it's long.Or from the command line. eg I can enter the code u've given, and show the error I get. i.imgur.com/oaFDg9z.png Can you give the exact contents of each file. Not summarized but exact,and the error you get, so that anybody trying to run it can reproduce the exact same error? I've shown the contents of every file by doing e.g. type COLLECTION.iim etc but perhaps you can show the contents. perhaps pasting each file to pastebin.com so anybody(even a newb) can reproduce the error
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comment How do we “restore” notepad after crash?
@AndrewSchulman he's saying no, notepad doesn't have the feature, but that it should
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comment How do we “restore” notepad after crash?
@Pacerier yeah try finding out what type of program notepad is, it's called a text editor(in case you didn't know), then it's a no brainer looking up what ones have an autosave feature for untitleds.
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comment Batch command for Searching & Replacing Text in a Text containing non-TXT file
@SuperUserMan I meant to say see update 3, though I guess you noticed it!
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comment Trying to understand IP packet flow
U wrote in comment "A router by definition will have 2 interfaces on 2 separate subnets, if it doesn't, it's not a router and can't route."I don't deny that.I even said it but Forget 'A' though as I see what is meant by router on a subnet (or subnet on a router). Though A router is on 2+ subnets and 2+ subnets are on a router. I still find part of what you wrote in your post rather strange. You seemed to give two IPs on the same subnet and say they were in different subnets.
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comment Trying to understand IP packet flow
i'm a little rusty.. but giving your post a quick read You write "Now, if you change Router 2 and Computer 2 to this: Router 2 IP: 192.168.2.2 Computer 2 IP: 192.168.2.12 then Router 2 and Computer 2 will be on separate subnets" <-- What? A)I'm not clear what a router on a subnet means 'cos a router has one IP/interface on 1 subnet and another IP/interface on another subnet B)the two IPs you gave in that quote have a mask of 255.255.255.0 in which case they'd be on the same subnet of 192.168.0.0/24 but you said "then Router 2 and Computer 2 will be on separate subnets" ur pic looks good tho
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comment Batch command for Searching & Replacing Text in a Text containing non-TXT file
@SuperUserMan try the time command on its own. then try echo.|time. if you want more of a simulation of enter then use vbscript's sendkeys. As for duplicating lines, try this line for /f "tokens=*" %f in (a.a) do @(echo %f && @echo %f) to duplicate lines of a.a
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comment Batch command for Searching & Replacing Text in a Text containing non-TXT file
@SuperUserMan just did a find, see update 2.
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comment Batch command for Searching & Replacing Text in a Text containing non-TXT file
@and31415 and since he's looking at a vbscript solution in his question, it's not even batch so much.. more like cmd.exe / command line. and vbscript.
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comment Batch command for Searching & Replacing Text in a Text containing non-TXT file
I understand what you've done there, but care to explain your answer?
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comment how to start a program with command line arguments on windows cmd
@abhinonymous furthermore, include how you have called the program. Your sample code doesn't even include any example in the ... that anybody could compile and quickly test. Besides the fact that according to you there is no need to include a file in the first place.
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comment how to start a program with command line arguments on windows cmd
@abhinonymous If you did that and it didn't work, that means you had a simpler more concise, more clear, example to demonstrate the problem. You should have used that in your question, and you still can.
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comment Can't access router's web interface
not sure how long this will take but C:\blah>nmap -P0 -p1-65535 192.168.1.1 If you can ping it then remove the -P0. That will show you what ports, if any, are open.
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comment how to start a program with command line arguments on windows cmd
where one doesn't know then the obvious thing is to simplify your test and try it without a file. like see if you can get working a program that just takes one string and displays it. basic troubleshooting
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comment Grep a destination IP in Netstat results in realtime - windows 7
this link may help superuser.com/questions/764746/… it might do it in powershell with netstat though I haven't tested it. for linux apparently there's netstat -c and the watch command, and perhaps there's a windows equivalnet of watch. Technically tcpdump can do it but you'd have to filter and interpret it.
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comment Grep a destination IP in Netstat results in realtime - windows 7
@D.W. can you quote from the FAQ? Your link goes to a 'tour' and the word "information security" leads to security.stackexchange.com So it's not clear whether you mean it's not suitable on SU or it's not suitable on security.stackexchange
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comment Getting rid of old PCs
@Ramhound We breath in toxins all the time, there are toxins in food packaging. Unfortunately these things aren't avoidable. I'm sure petrol fumes in traffic is much worse,I don't think air coming in and out of a computer is great for air quality but accept it as necessary.But lining a wall full of motherboards is unnecessary.And i'm not making some big claim about how you won't be fine. Food packaging can even have govt warnings foodsmart.govt.nz/whats-in-our-food/… (to not eat cheese in pvc daily!) but I do,we live with them.