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15-Jun-2012, 09:58 AM #16
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I hope you learned from this experience.
I do data processing for a living and in order to do my job on a daily basis I need accurate instructions. BLACK and WHITE. When the data changes or the results you want changes 99% of the time the programming is going to be changed.
I told you that in my very first post. Next time you ask for a script you may want to actually post the real data.
well the problem i am new to batch, i did study in college "C" language , and I have to say that things isn't that complicated in "C" so I thought that modifying little things wouldn't be so hard , well it seems that using batch isn't that simple and isn't that clear , sure you can do simple comands but not clear as in "C"
anyway I did learn my lesson, and by the way yesterday I did modify the script to my real data I had to add some IF statements and GOTO but at the end it did work

by the way I would ask you a question (not asking you to do me a script ) , how I can read a string of xml like <name>sandy</name>, is it possible to take "sandy" ? , it isn't a complicated xml file , its just all file like this

<name>sandy</name>
<data>25/06/2011</data>
<age>55</age>

just tell me if is it possible ?

thanks
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15-Jun-2012, 02:41 PM #17
Reading XML is possible in batch but gets really complicated because of the redirection symbols.
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