JREPL: Cutting of a string after the n-th occurrence of specific character?

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Re: JREPL: Cutting of a string after the n-th occurrence of specific character?

#16 Post by vin97 » 31 Jul 2020 05:45

I'm sorry, I thought I made it clear above but using DIR /B is not an option, since the ultimate goal is to scan for directories modified after a certain date.

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Re: JREPL: Cutting of a string after the n-th occurrence of specific character?

#17 Post by Squashman » 31 Jul 2020 08:30

vin97 wrote:
31 Jul 2020 05:45
I'm sorry, I thought I made it clear above but using DIR /B is not an option, since the ultimate goal is to scan for directories modified after a certain date.
DIR /TW

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Re: JREPL: Cutting of a string after the n-th occurrence of specific character?

#18 Post by vin97 » 01 Aug 2020 06:06

Yes, that's the one I am using.
More specifically: dir /s /a /n /tw /o-d /4 /-c

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