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Old 09 December 2012, 21:39   #16
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Post dir.txt file results

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Originally Posted by thomas View Post
Enter multiview dir.txt into the input field.

If it replies multiview: unknown command, then you don't have WB 3.x (see other thread).
In this case enter ed dir.txt or more dir.txt.

You could as well use dir dh1: all without redirection. Then the output will be printed into the DOS window. You can stop the output by pressing any key and continue by deleting the key you entered.
Hi - It seems we are unable to view the the dir.txt using the ed dir.txt inside shell. We get the error message in picture 1. If we enter ed dir.txt into the execute a file menu, we are given the same error message in picture 2.

Strangely enough, if we type multiview dir.txt into Shell we are given the screen shown in picture 3 which seems to open the dir.txt text file. Although we think this command shouldn't work on our version of WB2.1?

Also, if we write more dir.txt into shell we get the screen shown in picture 4, which does not look like the contents of the dir.txt file.

Confusing Can anyone shed light on this? Thanks
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