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merge to CSV

Post by tahoar »

I have several hundred 1-column files in folder A and corresponding files with identical file names in folders B... A and B are sub-folders off on one root.

I need to batch process to merge each pair of 1-column text files in the two folders into a corresponding .CSV (tab or comma) file. I currently have three descrete textpipe scripts that I run separately. I could use a batch file to step through each, but i'm hoping for a cleaner solution.

Anyone tackled this before?

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Re: merge to CSV

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Hi Tom,

A batch file or Windows script is the best option, since the "Filters\Add\Add text side-by-side" file changes each time.
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