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batch to check for same name and replace.

September 17, 2010 at 12:07:33
Specs: Windows 7
IF inside my .txt file called named.txt has the following text in them.
2005060.png “3/1/2005”

The 2005060 is a parse text that came from A2005060SAMPLE.png. Is there a way to create a batch file to check the folder the same folder where the .png are located and revert back to their original name while leaving dates such as “3/1/2005” next to it intact.

For example: name.txt file has

2005060.png “3/1/2005
2005070.png “3/11/2005
2005080.png “3/21/2005
2005090.png “3/31/2005

The batch file will check for a piece of 2005060 in the same folder and find that there is one but named A2005060SAMPLE.png as a name and replace it will that one and output to name2.txt

A2005060SAMPLE.png “3/1/2005
A2005070SAMPLE.png “3/11/2005
A2005080SAMPLE.png “3/21/2005
A2005090SAMPLE.png “3/31/2005

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September 18, 2010 at 06:53:32
You've got at least 3 threads all flogging these PNGs.

If you hope to accomplish anything it might help to stick to one carfully considered post.

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