|To delete the lines of a txt file that begins with a space (including empty lines), I write |
findstr /v /b /c:" " <%1>result.out.
Indeed, result.out file get answer for me if there is no longer both space at beginning of every line and empty line.
What I have done still leaving lines header empty, it also preserves blank lines what i want to give up. Finally, the result.out output must have consecutive lines always containing a text at begining of each line.
Please someone could tell me what it is faulty and how to fix that?