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revised How much clock drift is considered normal for a non-networked windows 7 PC?
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asked IP conflict when connecting DHCP enabled PC to DHCP enabled laptop with its wireless and wired network connections bridged under Windows
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comment How can I extract sub-strings using windows command-line?
It looks like windows command-line is not well suited for this task. Luckily I have the option of doing what I want in vb, so I'll be doing that instead I think!
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asked How can I extract sub-strings using windows command-line?
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accepted How do I use the Find command in windows command-line to match the first character only?
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comment How do I escape spaces in command line in Windows without using quotation marks?
The caret symbol does directly answer my question so I'll accept your answer. Unfortunately the SVN command doesn't seem to recognise it! If I try it I get this error message "svn 'C:' is not a working copy". I have another way around it though and that's to simply 'cd' to the directory first then execute the SVN command once there. I can even chain the two commands together in a single line using the && operator: cd "c:\Documents and Settings\username\svn" && SVN add *.*
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