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Concatenate files
Response 3 works with any file type: copy mar89.rpt + apr89.rpt + may89.rpt report
This command combines the files named MAR89.RPT, APR89.RPT, and MAY89.RPT

Assumes that files weren't split parts being recombined - for that use copy /b file.* which will combine files ending in 001 002 ... 00n
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february 2010 by therobyouknow
Windows equivalent of Linux/Unix strings command to list strings from within a binary file. Free download. Unzip, runs straight out of the box. Accept license first time run, won't ask thereafter. Useful for reverse engineering proprietary binary files.
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november 2009 by therobyouknow
XCOPY command : Using the /EXCLUDE flag | Batch file programming | Tech-Recipes
Dos shell xcopy comman exclude option flag is limited: it appears that no wildcarded folder trees can be specified nor general regex matching.
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october 2009 by therobyouknow
mv - Linux command, to rename or move files | UbuntuHQ
mv -u may avoid the problem (but -u is not available in some Unix distros like SCO, only only seems to appear in gnu/linux)

mv /usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/prog/lib /usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/prog/prog.cgi /usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog
mv: cannot move `/usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/prog/lib' to a subdirectory of itself, `/usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/li
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september 2009 by therobyouknow
Talend community forum / Debugger not working - PadWalker and Perl installation issue -
This method for updating your ActivePerl installation with PadWalker actually works
- make sure you have a connection to the internet
- open a DOS box
- type: ppm install PadWalker
- the system will install the relevant file(s)
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january 2009 by therobyouknow
sendmail on debian
cat test.txt | /usr/lib/sendmail
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september 2008 by therobyouknow
Polygon.addPoint() order dependency
The order/sequence of adding the points determines the shape of the Polygon, e.g.: adding 4 points ( 5, 5 ) ( 5, 10 ) ( 10, 10 ) ( 10, 5 ) gives a different shape if they were added in this order ( 5, 5 ) ( 10, 5 ) ( 5, 10 ) ( 10, 10 )
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february 2008 by therobyouknow
How to turn off anti-aliasing in Apache Batik SVG Rasterizer
Useful if your output device/media is monochrome and doesn't have greyscale/grayscale. For example black and white printers. If anti-aliasing was enabled, the printer driver may try to use cross-hatching or patterns to represent the grayscales of the anti
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september 2007 by therobyouknow

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