How to do things
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List biggest files
List newest files
Show subdir sizes
Search in files
Replace word in files
List dir differences
Send files in LAN

Free Open Source:

Swiss File Knife

a command line
multi function tool.

remove tabs
list dir sizes
find text
filter lines
find in path
collect text
instant ftp or
http server
file transfer
send text
patch text
patch binary
run own cmd
convert crlf
dup file find
md5 lists
fromto clip
split files
list latest
compare dirs
save typing
trace http
echo colors
head & tail
dep. listing
find classes
speed shell
zip search
zip dir list

Depeche View
Source Research
First Steps

windows GUI

command line
file encryption

free external tools,
zero install effort,
usb stick compliant:

zip and unzip
diff and merge
reformat xml
reformat source

cpp sources

log tracing
mem tracing
using printf


stat. c array
stat. java array
var. c array
var. java array
view all text
as you type
surf over text
find by click
quick copy
multi view
find nearby
find by path
location jump
skip accents
clip match
filter lines
edit text
load filter
hotkey list
receive text
send in C++
send in Java
smooth scroll
touch scroll
fly wxWidgets
fly over Qt
search Java

ASCII and ISO 8859-1 character set quick overview,
as created with the sfk ascii command from the swiss file knife tool.
Character set: ASCII from 0 to 126, codes above are system specific,
but most of them should display as ISO 8859-1 characters.
Unprintable characters were replaced by a dot ".".
The code of the actual dot "." is decimal 46, hexadecimal 0x2E.

To create such a table on the command line just download 
the swiss file knife, and run the command:

sfk ascii

Under windows, this will display DOS specific characters 128 to 255
directly in the command line window.

To see windows specific characters instead, redirect the output
into a file:

sfk ascii >tmp.txt

then load this file in a windows text editor, e.g. notepad.