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Old 11-25-2012, 11:56 AM   #114
tshering
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It is very beautiful as a presentation.
I am glad for you!

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Originally Posted by gouni View Post
I still need you to notepad +++
.how select the line 868442 to 920568 to copy paste?
I downloaded notepad++ yesterday for the first time. Therefore I do not no much about it.

You could try something different. Save the following code as dictlines.bat into the folder where your text file is.
Code:
@echo off
if [%1] == [] goto usage
if [%2] == [] goto usage
if [%3] == [] goto usage
setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
set /a counter=0
for /f ^"usebackq^ eol^=^

^ delims^=^" %%a in (%3) do (
        if "!counter!" GTR "%2" goto :eof
        if "!counter!" GEQ "%1" echo %%a
        set /a counter+=1
)
goto :eof
:usage
echo Usage: dictlines.bat FROM_LINE TO_LINE INPUT_FILENAME > 

RESULT_FILENAME
At the command prompt write for instance:
Code:
dictlines 1 4 "mydic.txt" > ét.txt
and hit ENTER. This will write the lines 1 to 4 into the file ét.txt.

But producing the whole dictionary in this way is too much manual work and time consuming. I was hoping ShellShock will help with a piece of C code at this point.

Last edited by tshering; 11-25-2012 at 12:02 PM.
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