Would it be possible for a script to duplicate a file and incrementally number it?
File in: XXX_007_0580_xxxx_v0016.aep
File out: XXX_007_0580_xxxx_v0017.aep
If someone knows of a way I'd love to see it.
what the best way to find duplicate IP from file ( I have ksh script in this script I need to write function that check for duplicate IP )
for example if IP - 192.1926.23.52 exists twice in file - config_IP.txt
then need to print "duplicate IP - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx"
solution can be with ksh or perl one liner , sed ,awk etc
the format of the file should be as the following:
I know there are other that have asked this question, and I've basically tried all of those methods, but does anyone know of a simple script / program for Windows that deletes files like:
I've tried these programs so far:
Duplicate Cleaner Free
Duplicate File Finder
Duplicate File Remover
But all are having real trouble deleting simple duplicates.