Beginner question with list

Oct 2, 2008
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list dates produces
20070601
20070604
20070605


How can I captures these dates and use them elsewhere? I tried

list dates > %x (
echo dates= %x
)

What am I doing wrong?
 
May 20, 2008
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Syracuse, NY, USA
On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 01:04:57 -0500, "JP Software Forums"
<neil@jpsoft.com>,rawood11 <> wrote:


>list dates produces
>20070601
>20070604
>20070605
>
>
>How can I captures these dates and use them elsewhere? I tried
>
>list dates > %x (
> echo dates= %x
>)
FOR %line IN (@dates) ECHO %line

Or in a batch file,

DO line IN @dates
ECHO %line
ENDDO
 
Oct 2, 2008
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Thank you.

How can I get Take Command to default to insert mode on the command line?

On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 01:04:57 -0500, "JP Software Forums"
<neil@jpsoft.com>,rawood11 <> wrote:




FOR %line IN (@dates) ECHO %line

Or in a batch file,

DO line IN @dates
ECHO %line
ENDDO
</neil@jpsoft.com>
 
May 20, 2008
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On Mon, 03 Nov 2008 20:00:24 -0600, "JP Software Forums"
<neil@jpsoft.com>,rawood11 <> wrote:


>How can I get Take Command to default to insert mode on the command line?

>From within TCMD ... OptionsMenu ... Configure TCC ... CommandLineTab ...
Editing ... EditMode ... Insert.


>From TCC itself, start with the command OPTION.
 

Charles Dye

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Type OPTION to open the configuration dialog, then select the "Command Line" tab. In the "Editing" box at the top right, select "Insert." You may also want to swap the cursor sizes, e.g. set the overstrike cursor to 100% and the insert cursor to 15%.