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Swiss File Knife

a command line
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Shell command combination with the free Swiss File Knife

allows to write easy but powerful single-line scripts, for instant file and text processing.
- download the free Swiss File Knife Base from Sourceforge.
- open the Windows CMD command line, Mac OS X Terminal or Linux shell.
- OS X : type mv sfk-mac-i686.exe sfk and chmod +x sfk then ./sfk
- Linux: type mv sfk-linux.exe sfk    and chmod +x sfk then ./sfk
  OS X and Linux syntax may differ, check the help within the tool.
SFK The Book - New Command Line Horizons.
sfk command chaining reference:

several commands can be combined in a so-called "command chain".
this is done by appending command names prefixed by "+", for example:

sfk list docs .txt +ffilter -+foo
   "list" produces a filename list and passes this to "filefilter".
   ffilter reads the contents of these files looking for word "foo".

chain data types
   three types of data can be passed from one command to another:

      - filename lists.
      - plain text records (lines).
      - stream text or binary data.

   output is dependent on command. for example, sfk select produces
   filename lists, sfk filter makes plain text records, xex/xed can
   produce streams of text or binary data.

chain data type conversion
   vice versa, some commands accept filenames, or text input, or both.
   depending on what you want to do you may have to convert between
   this types of data. this can be done by the keywords:

      +texttofilenames or +ttf
      +filenamestotext or +ftt

   however, most sfk commands try to do such conversions automatically.

using chain data between commands
   sfk cmd1 ... +then cmd2   does not pass any data to cmd2,
                             prints cmd1 output to terminal.
   sfk ... +toterm           dumps current chain content to terminal.
   sfk ... +tofile outfile   dumps chain content to file outfile.
   sfk ... +tovoid +cmd2     does not pass any data to cmd2,
                             drops cmd1 chain text silently.
   in all cases, the chain is cleared. if another command is following,
   it will receive no input from the chain.

using chain data with call / label / end
   sfk ... +call myfunc      passes no chain data into myfunc
   sfk ... +tcall myfunc     passes text data into myfunc
   sfk ... +fcall myfunc     passes filenames into myfunc
   sfk label ... +end        returns no chain data
   sfk label ... +tend       returns text data
   sfk label ... +fend       returns a filename list

scope and lifetime of options
   most options are valid only for the command where they are specified.
   if another command follows in the chain, the option is reset.
   but some options may also be specified on a global scope.
   read more on that under "sfk help options".

more in the SFK Book
   the SFK Book contains long examples with input,
   output, script and detailed command explanations.
   type "sfk book" for more.

see also
   sfk batch     create an example script
   sfk help var  how to use sfk variables
   sfk script    about sfk scripting
   sfk call      calling a function in a script
   sfk label     possible options with label
   sfk if        conditional execution
   sfk goto      jump to a local label
   sfk for       repeat commands n times
 
see also
   sfk script  - place sfk commands into a multi-line script file
   sfk samp    - examples for batch embedded sfk scripts


 
sfk is a free open-source tool, running instantly without installation efforts. no DLL's,
no registry changes - just get sfk.exe from the zip package and use it (binaries for
windows, linux and mac are included).

read more about all sfk functions here.

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