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Batch file to rewrite txt file starting from last line


Batch file to rewrite txt file starting from last line

By : Christopher Balatbat
Date : November 21 2020, 03:00 PM
hop of those help? This is a Vbscript solution.
Create a file named reverse.vbs and use this as the code.
code :
Dim Stack: Set Stack = CreateObject("System.Collections.Stack")

Do While Not WScript.StdIn.AtEndofStream
    Stack.Push WScript.StdIn.ReadLine
Loop

WScript.StdOut.WriteLine Join(Stack.ToArray, vbCrLf)
type input.txt |cscript //nologo Reverse.vbs>>output.txt


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Insert a new line in a txt file from the batch file output everytime the batch file is run

Insert a new line in a txt file from the batch file output everytime the batch file is run


By : Web Xpert
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I have a batch file to check software installed on multiple computers. I want the batch file to give the machine name and then under it give the software list. , > will overwrite.
>> will append.
code :
echo %%a >> pcs.txt
psinfo \\%%a >> pcs.txt
Starting batch file command prompt from the directory location in which the batch file resides in

Starting batch file command prompt from the directory location in which the batch file resides in


By : SeptimusX
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I am writing a batch file that uses some of the files within it's parent directory (lets say Folder1). , Start your batch file with:
code :
pushd %~dp0
"%~dp0FileA"
Parsing the text file line-by-line using batch script (batch file)

Parsing the text file line-by-line using batch script (batch file)


By : ealdam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help So, I am programming in the batch script and I came across this issue. The following code will take yourwords.txt file and parse it. The existedWord variable will have the last word of the text file. So, everytime when I run this program it will only compare the user's input with the last word on the text file, but I want it to compare from the beginning and if that word exist in the text file then just display message as "Repeated word". If that word is not in the text file then add it to the .txt file and display message as "That is a new word." , you don't need to parse the file line by line.
code :
@echo off
:START
cls
echo.
set /p "cho=Enter a word: -> "
findstr /i "\<%cho%\>" yourwords.txt >nul 2>&1
if %errorlevel%==0 (
  echo.
  echo  Sorry! that word is repeated word.
  echo.
) else ( 
echo.
  echo  That is a new word.
  echo %cho%>>yourwords.txt
  Ping -n 5 Localhost >nul
)
goto START
(Batch File) How to make a batch file read one specific line in a text file

(Batch File) How to make a batch file read one specific line in a text file


By : Pier
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need (Aacini answered my question but he did it in a comment so I posted this to tell people that there is an answer here.)
code :
:Test1
set "xprvar=" for /F "skip=3 delims=" %%p in (variables.txt) do (echo %%p& goto break)

:break
pause
goto END
First line of batch file fails - is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file

First line of batch file fails - is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file


By : Wix27
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Easiest way to fix this for me was to open the file in notepad++ and under the Encoding tab, make sure to use an encoding that has no BOM at the end.
It is the BOM that causes 'rem' is not recognized as an internal or external command.......
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