THUND3R March 31, 2011 at 03:49:15 Specs: Windows 7
Hi. In cmd is it possible to search a string in text file with edlin's "s" attribute and set number of line as a definition with "set" command? And is it possible to use more than one attribute in one line in edlin command like: *sHello dHello ? Thanks.
I'm writing a batch file which should be find a special string and then insert a new line before the line that contains the string searched. Or should find a string and select the line that contains the string and then replace the whole line with a new line. is there any way to do this with batch script?
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