Command Line Question
- Hi, I have a friend who is interested in NoteTab & wanted to know this & I
wasn't sure (I love NoteTab Pro, but there is much about it I don't
understand!! :) ), so I thought I'd ask here...
Is there a command-line option (or better yet, ActiveX interface) which
will load a given document and send the cursor to a specific offset (not
row/column but absolute byte offset) in the file? Or even highlight a
particular range in the file (by byte offset)?
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- Hi Sandy,
NoteTab is not made for viewing/searching/editing hex documents.
The following is the closest it comes and not what you are
looking for. There is some Clip code that will do conversions.
Maybe a programmer on the Clips list has figured something out.
Please see my signature line to subscribe to it. TIA
Opens specified file in the editor. File name can also include
wildcards. If you want to specify several file names that contain
spaces, enclose each name between double quotes, eg.
NoteTab.exe "c:\program files\MyFile1.txt" "c:\program files\MyFile2.txt"
Jumps to specified line number (nnn) when the editor is opened.
This argument can be specified after every file name. If J=-1,
the cursor will be placed at the beginning of the last line.
>Is there a command-line option (or better yet, ActiveX interface)Happy Clip'n!
>which will load a given document and send the cursor to a
>specific offset (not row/column but absolute byte offset) in the
>file? Or even highlight a particular range in the file (by byte
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