Tab2 - Script Output

Script template and output filename
Command Line Template
The Command Line Template holds the key to success for creating a script file.

The drop down list saves your previously used command line templates so you can easily recall them. If you need to edit this file or share it with others the file is called sfg-hist.txt and it is stored in the same directory you selected to install the program. Refer to the tips page for some inovative ways of using this program.

The Legend explains the different types of codes that can be entered in the command line template. If you have selected a file for demonstrating with the codes are calculated and the values shown (see above).
Legend of special commands for the script template line:
%1 - Full file path including Extension
%2 - File Drive letter
%3 - File Path (not including drive letter or file name)
%4 - File name (no extension)
%5 - File Extension
%6 - Last save date
%7 - File size in kB
%8 - return character
%9 - Count number of selected files in list
%0 - Number of selected files in the list

Example Line
The Example line area will show you the output expected if you were to use the command line template as entered.

Output Path & Filename

The path can be typed into the text line or selected via the Browse button.

The extension should reflect the type of file you are trying to create (i.e a BAT extension for Batch files, TXT or LST for list files, CSV for comma separated variables, SCR for Script files, etc.).

NB: The last filename used is recalled when you start the program.