This command file is used to list an area of a file starting with some search
string, and continuing on until the second search string. (Optional)
Usage: Ctext string1 [string2] [outfile]
This Qedit command file will find string1, then print lines until it finds string2. If string2 is omitted, then 3 lines will be printed.
Output can be redirected to outfile, which will be temp variable.
CTEXT.CMD --------- parm instring1="?",instring2="",outfile="ctextout" echo CText by /KenR Copyright 1997 Robelle Solutions Technology Inc. comment comment Copyright 1997 Robelle Solutions Technology Inc. comment Written by Ken Robertson August 1997 comment email@example.com comment if "!instring1"="?" then echo Usage: Ctext string1 [string2] [outfile] echo echo Ctext will find string1 and print lines to string2. echo If string2 is not specified, then the 3 lines after the first string echo will be printed. echo echo If outfile is specified, then output will be re-directed to that file. return endif comment save the current line in zz /zz */* > $null /v zz > zzsave /lq first > $null if "!outfile" <> "" then echo File listing from !hpdatef > !outfile endif setvar find_count 0 setjcw cierror 0 setvar not_eof true echo I/O Re-direction is kind of slow. echo ...Working...hang on! while not_eof do continue /findq "!instring1" if cierror <> 0 then setvar not_eof false else setvar find_count find_count + 1 if "!instring2"="" then /list */*+3 >> !outfile else /zz */* > $null continue /findq "!instring2" if cierror <> 0 then /list * >> !outfile else /zz zz/* > $null /list zz >> !outfile endif endif endif echo ----- >> !outfile endwhile /use zzsave if find_count = 0 then echo Sorry, !instring1 was NOT found in the file. else echo !find_count entries located in the file. echo if "!outfile =" <> "" then print !outfile endif endif