> >^!dos yourstuffhere
>No, I hadn't, allthough I'm using ^!dos elsewhere.
On 2nd thought, (I think based on what I know, my humble but limited knowledge) ^!dos is more to be used for launching a dos application, an exe, not to initiate the copy command. But it did work.
>Have you noticed that "copy file1 + file2 file3" adds a character to
>the end of the file which throws NTB off course? (DOS adds the
>character, not NTB)
And, yes, when I tried it, I noticed something, a little square black character. But I did not try to use the file after I appended using the dos copy.
>I tried specifying "/A" for ASCI in the "copy" command which
>surprisingly did not work, but "/B" for binary worked. I don't know
>why. Libraries are text documents aren't they?
From what I know, .clb is just text.
Ntab is the "power keyboard" for you also. Sort of like a player piano with a tape that makes the piano play. Sit back and watch them keys activate. But dos will still do what dos did. Note: W95, W98 uses command.com but need use cmd.exe if is 32 bit Windows OS, WINNT, Win 2k.
^!IfAppOpen "C:\WINDOWS\command.com" skip
^!Keyboard #copy test1.txt+test2.txt test3.txt# ENTER
Maybe to open the file then select all then getselection then appendtofile using Ntab's clip language wasn't such a bad idea after all . . .