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Program to rename files from a txt file.
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post Aug 16 2003, 22:18
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Is there a program, for windows, that will rename a bunch of files with information contained in a text file.

I realize that, with Linux, it is very easy to so this with a "3 line" shell script, but I don't have Linux installed and I don't feel like writing a "3 page" Java program with windows.
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post Aug 18 2003, 12:50
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4DOS/4NT has a greatly extended scripting/programming language that makes almost anything possible. If you know how to do it in Linux using a shell script, then be aware that there are plenty of POSIX/GNU shells and environments for native Win32, Cygwin excluded. You have the tools compiled with the AT&T UWIN kit, MinGW's msys, Microsoft's ksh from the Unix Services package, and the DOS ports of pdksh and bash, along with all the standard shell tools.

If these files are eTree audio that you want to rename, you should check out Trader's Friend for foobar2000; it automaticly renames/tags eTree files.
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