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SETDOS query, I assume?

Discussion in 'Support' started by Charles G, Apr 20, 2013.

  1. Charles G

    Apr 2, 2011
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    TCC 15.00.36 x64 Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
    TCC Build 36 Windows 7 Build 7601 Service Pack 1
    Registered to Charles S Galloway - 5 System License

    <prompt> for %n in (1,1,9999) ( global /i /q for %fn in (*) if not isfile "c:\Old_All_Files\%@upper[%@ext[%fn]]_%@format[04,%n]\%@left[1,%fn]\%fn" move /e /r /md "%fn" "c:\Old_All_Files\%@upper[%@ext[%fn]]_%@format[04,%n]\%@upper[%@left[1,%fn]]\" & del /a:d /e /s /x /y /z * & echo %n )

    gives in part:

    C:\Old_All\Old_All_Files\JPG_0001\.!volumized!.1.jpg -> C:\Old_All_Files\JPG_0001
    C:\Old_All\Old_All_Files\JPG_0001\.........................Header.........................MA20689405_0216_p2.jpg ->! C:\Old_All_Files\JPG_0001 (Replace) (Y/N/A/R)?

    I assume the problem is not using a SETDOS /X<number> but when looking at the help - I can't figure out which to use. Or better yet what is the total SETDOS /X valuses I need for the FOR statement above? I can SETDOS /X- the rest.....

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