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Subject: Re: cat for NT???
On Sat, 17 Oct 1998, John Lange wrote:
> I am a real programming/perl dummy. I have a perl script written for UNIX
> that I actually got to work on NT/Website Pro 1.1h
> BUT (and everyone has a but)
> This script also uses cat to parse a text file & bring back some
> statistics. It doesn't seem to work. Is there something else I can use,
> or should cat work???
Did you check the UNIX pack from MS? Doesn't it have cat in it? Otherwise,
if its used in a generic way, can you just use 'type'?
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