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comment How can I generate a large amount of standarized strings in a .txt file?
Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and pretty much any open-source text-editors that come to mind, like Notepad++ or stuff like that.
Feb
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comment How can I generate a large amount of standarized strings in a .txt file?
I don't really want to script anything it's just the one-time deal I have to do. I don't foresee in the future to be in need of any more scripts like that. That said, a bit of scripting know-how is never bad. Thanks for the script. I'm most of the time on Win7 and Win8(.1) if that matters.
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comment Suspicious drivers, is it a rootkit?
Lazy developers? Who knows. Many reasons.
Jan
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comment Any Fraps alternatives out there?
This is by far the best alternative I've found. I can suggest it to everybody. Otherwise there's Dxtory.
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accepted Batch-Script for copying and overwritting existing files
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comment Batch-Script for copying and overwritting existing files
Awesome! That did it. Now if I may bother you a bit further. Assuming "d:\txt" is where all the files are I want to overwrite. I edit all the files in d:\new and then drop each file to the run.bat . The file might be named "testcase.txt" or "whatareyoudoing.txt" etc, but they are all also present in d:\txt and its subfolders. So, how do I go about that without constantly editing the run.bat file?
Oct
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comment Batch-Script for copying and overwritting existing files
Exactly the opposite of what I want. Copying for each file is what I want to do with the batch script. I'm not going to manually copy over bazillion files.
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