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revised Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
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Aug
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revised Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
In comments, the author made clear that AutoHotKey is part of the solution.
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revised Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
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Aug
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answered Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
Aug
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comment Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
Why didn't you say so! AHK can do this whole thing better. Any reason that cmd.exe needs to be involved at all?
Aug
19
comment Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
One other suggestion: you might also be hitting the limits of what a batch file can do (there's no native way to get the length of a string, for example). Windows Power Shell might be your next step.
Aug
19
comment Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
Do you use this batch file from various locations? Or do you always run it for the same pair of directories? If the same pair, there's the %string:~4,3% method of extracting part of a variable (in this case grabbing three characters after skipping the first four characters of %string%).
Aug
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comment Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
%%~pnxi.7z is a shorter way to write that bit, as you're combining the p, n, and x which give you the path, filename, and extension respectively. This is already at the limit of my understanding of batch files. I'm pretty sure that there's a way to capture just the part of the path that you care about.
Aug
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comment Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
I guess I really meant ("%DestinationDrive%%%~pni.7z")
Aug
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comment Batch file to create .7z archive for each file (in folder/subfolder) to a new destination (folder/subfolder structure)
Where you specify the destination 7z archive in your first line ("%%~i.7z"), why don't you construct the destination with something like ("%DirectoryDestination%%%~ni.7z")?
Jul
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Jul
16
comment Regex for “Delete everything going forward but only up until start of [Expression]”
SU isn't the site to hire people to write Regex patterns for you. You should try using a site like Debuggex to figure out what Regex pattern will do what you need: debuggex.com/r/Su3W9RkG3by7ZlZt
Jul
16
answered Force Notepad++ To Uppercase Non-Selected Text
Jul
6
revised Automatically updating graph that only picks out information per date
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Jul
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comment Automatically updating graph that only picks out information per date
please edit your question based on your comment responses. You'll get the best answers if readers can see the core issue immediately upon reading your question.
Jul
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comment Automatically updating graph that only picks out information per date
I just noticed that you want to pull all three rows that match the date. I'll have to change my answer to match that.
Jul
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answered Automatically updating graph that only picks out information per date
Jul
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comment Automatically updating graph that only picks out information per date
Have you tried a Scatter chart? Where does that fall short?