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Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Move all files with pattern in filename Post 302749577 by DGPickett on Friday 28th of December 2012 03:57:43 PM
Old 12-28-2012
To ensure reliability, copy one file per line:
Code:
copy <original_line> target_dir

Cygwin definitely has xargs and bash while read. I am not sure how close the others get. I bet you could put Cygwin on a flash drive and run it anywhere, despite the registry. Cygwin is essentially invoked as bash and everything unix-like happens inside there. Cygwin installs pretty simply if you have broadband. I use it a lot.
 

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LOOKBIB(1)						      General Commands Manual							LOOKBIB(1)

NAME
lookbib - search bibliographic databases SYNOPSIS
lookbib [ -v ] [ -istring ] [ -tn ] filename... It is possible to have whitespace between a command line option and its parameter. DESCRIPTION
lookbib prints a prompt on the standard error (unless the standard input is not a terminal), reads from the standard input a line contain- ing a set of keywords, searches the bibliographic databases filename... for references containing those keywords, prints any references found on the standard output, and repeats this process until the end of input. For each database filename to be searched, if an index filename.i created by indxbib(1) exists, then it will be searched instead; each index can cover multiple databases. OPTIONS
-v Print the version number. -istring When searching files for which no index exists, ignore the contents of fields whose names are in string. -tn Only require the first n characters of keys to be given. Initially n is 6. FILES
filename.i Index files. SEE ALSO
refer(1), lkbib(1), indxbib(1) Groff Version 1.18.1 27 June 2001 LOOKBIB(1)

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