I would like do a batch that delete all the text present between in_point and out_point of example.txt like this:

bla bla lba aaa uuu


bla bla bla
abc cfgr qwerty ecc...

The batch has to delete only "jhfwjeblwqblf" (but it's variable, it can be more or less: the batch however have to delete all). How can I do this?

  • Not possible in .bat, but can be done using PowerShell. Is that ok? And don't you delete the in_point and out_point lines? – harrymc Feb 16 at 20:52
  • I don't have to delete in_point and out_point – Camillo Gatto Feb 17 at 0:09
  • @harrymc fallible: it is possible in a .bat providing that the example.txt is a plain text file. In any case, Powershell seems to be a better choice… – JosefZ Feb 17 at 22:10
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    that's almost like a dare saying its not possible. I would write it if I had the time to throw at it. – Larryc Feb 18 at 6:31

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