I want to write a tcstart.btm which pretty much takes care of getting my tccle configuration on a new computer. After this I type "option" and and had to do some things manually. Is there a way I can get rid of this manual step? Where does these settings that come under "option" are...
I thought typing "Dir /[=]" will bring up a ranges selection dialog as explained in the help file.
But nothing happens. It lists down the contents.
Is this one of the "Not in LE" feature?
Just to update:
I found @clipw which does what I want: (it does not add the extra 0d/0a)
for /f "tokens=*" %a in ('grep -i %$ %MyHome%\passwords-file.txt') set gpwd=%@clipw[%@field[" :^"",-0,%a]]
- That sets the last matching line; not perfect, but works for me for personal use.
Thanks for your quick reply Charles.
My first version of batch file used to be a single line , something like ...
for /f "tokens=*" %a in ('grep -i %$ c:\gpp1test.txt') echo %@field[" :^"",-1,%a] >> clip:
Then I could not get the character "&" in passwords to work. So I had do this circus...
I am writing a scripts/aliases to write all passwords into a txt file and getting the text from the batch file.
My addpwd alias looks like: @echo %$ >> gpp1test.txt
My getpwd alias looks like: grep -i %$ gpp1test.txt
All is fine if I stop at this. When I type getpwd, the password is...
As you can see below, I want to supply a timewise sorted list of files to a script. As per the documentation "for /o:d" should do it.
But I am not able get it to work so using for /o:d.
It should have echoed file starting with 3038155 first as it was created at 13:09, earlier...
Just ignore the above post.
I found out that there is no photoviewer.dll in "windows Photo gallery" directory. It is in "windows photo viewer" directory.
I am right not in the process of searching and replacing gallery by viewer in registry.
After I migrated to Windows7 (from Vista), I started getting this error whenever I try to launch a jpg from TCC command line. (That is if I type the jpg filename at the tcc command prompt and press enter).
Windows throws a popup message box saying
"There was a problem starting C:\Program...
I am pathetic at pyting on the computer and I keep making pselling mitsakes.
So I wrote a batch file to correct myself. Just for the heck of it.
That is, if you type "dri" instead of "dir", it prompts you - Did you mean "dir"?
The "did you mean" concept is stolen from google. hope they dont...
I dont know of any setting ....
But there is break off and "on break" commands.
On break can be used within a batch file to handle how breaks have to be dealt with.
Break off: if you put this in tcstart.btm, then your tccle batch commands can not be interrupted using control-breaks.
One way to do this is below. It will put administrator: in the title bar -
It assumes that you can create a file in windows directory only if you are running the program as admin.
if not [%fname%]== (
Title Administrator: ...
The script works...
I have a file called 2do.txt.
If I type 2 at the command prompt and press tab, cmd.exe expands the filename and completes it.
Is there any setting in TCC by which this can be achieved.
I know I can get TCC to expand the filename(non-executable) if I prefix it with a space.
I tried with...
Is there a way to display the remote name associated with a drive like cmd.exe? In cmd.exe's prompt, $M Displays the remote name associated with the current drive letter or the empty string if current drive is not a network drive.
I am switching over from cmd.exe to TCC LE.
I have some aliases files that I load using "doskey /macrofile=aliases.dat"
typical entries in this aliases file use $t (The command seperator of cmd.exe)
and $* (All parameters supplied in the command line) extensively.
When I use this...