|Hi ghost. I downloaded sed, and used the code you provided. I really appreciate your help, but the code only exports a blank file named "sed" in .file format, while my other file still has it's lines.|
I've been experimenting with this code:
@echo off & setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion > file2.txt
set /P row=< file.txt
for /F "skip=1 delims=" %%j in (file2.cfg) do (
It manages to work great, and exports the file into the extension I need. The only problem is, it deletes every line of text that contains either ! ; and "
I don't really mind it deleting the lines with ; and " since that's what I exactly want out of the text file, but what bugs me is it deletes the ! character out of every line. Do you have any idea on why this is happening?