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by jring
Thu Apr 01, 2004 4:25 pm
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: A couple quick Thoughts.....
Replies: 0
Views: 11503

A couple quick Thoughts.....

password Protected filters? Database for Organizing Filters? Optimization Tool for Analyzing Filter Performance? Filter Migration for New TPP releases Wizard/Tool TCP/IP Socket Monitoring Filter Some things I've been thinking about putting together a bit at a time.... HTML Page Creation Filter MS Sq...
by jring
Fri Mar 26, 2004 7:05 pm
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: Read from folder
Replies: 7
Views: 17102

I use that alot....

here's a little trick is a great way to organize files on a daily basis... ie. weblogs, email logs, stock information or anything where you may have lots of files spread out over time: 1. do the date > C:\date.txt trick to output the date into a .txt file. 2. Strip out extraneous info from the textf...
by jring
Fri Mar 26, 2004 6:52 pm
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: unable to add value inside a text file
Replies: 2
Views: 9400

OUTPUT FILENAME STATS

You want to use the VB Script filter, "OUTPUT FILENAME STATS"

That will do exactly what you are asking...hmmm, you will need to change the string so that it includes the other values you mentioned

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by jring
Fri Mar 26, 2004 6:48 pm
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: Pad Filename
Replies: 3
Views: 10990

yep..

I've done this sort of things with Textpipe via Command line textpipe combo... Dir "C:\director\of\choice" /b > C:\Dir.txt The output in the file will be: 123.txt 1234.txt 12345.txt You can now make a filter that creates a rename batch script which pads the filenames to 8 characters. assuming your f...
by jring
Fri Mar 12, 2004 4:36 pm
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: Read from folder
Replies: 7
Views: 17102

hmmm... If I'm understanding you correctly,
you could goto a dos prompt and type:

dir /B > filename.txt
by jring
Sun Oct 26, 2003 10:21 pm
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: Replace using Filename
Replies: 5
Views: 14300

You can accomplish your goal w/ a single batch file....

hmmmm...Since you want to use a unique replaced string on a pattern that is fixed across separate files, the only way I can imagine you could get from A-to-B in one go is by setting up a batch file.... If you use the below string, making only adjustments for: 1. Path to your textpipe.exe 2. /S0=XXX ...
by jring
Wed Oct 22, 2003 2:28 am
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: Word Pair or Word Triplet Extracts
Replies: 2
Views: 10473

reply

hmmmm, interesting Q/A. I don't know how to write vb script, and I was able to create 2 filters that appear to have given me a solid jump on the problem. Simon - you know my email, send me and the guy who asked the original question a note, and I'll reply with my filters. Perhaps we can nip this one...
by jring
Tue Sep 23, 2003 9:14 am
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: replace everything after a particular character
Replies: 1
Views: 11254

Easy one!

http://www.domain.COM/example/index.htm OK this is a few steps, but this works really well: 1. Search Replace Exact: S: http:// R: http%%% 2. Search Replace Exact: S: / R: <carriage return> 3. Search Replace Exact: S: http%%% R: http:// 4. Extract URLS. 5. Remove Blanks from begginning line. 6. Remo...
by jring
Tue Sep 23, 2003 9:07 am
Forum: TextPipe Tips and Tricks, Questions and Support
Topic: Search and Replace - Too many times
Replies: 2
Views: 12061

Check 'Replace First Only" Box

Do this: Restrict to 1 Line at a Time:
Use Replace pattern - subfilter - Be certain to Check the setting box on the bottom of the filter that says:

"Replace First Only"

As long as you've got a handle on your search/replace pattern. This should work fine

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