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/hdel #108088 16/01/05 04:56 PM
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/hdel -sw <item1> [item2,...]

like /unset <%var1> [%var2...]

what do you think ?

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Re: /hdec #108089 16/01/05 05:00 PM
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Don't you mean /hdel instead of /hdec

/hdel would make more sense due to your /unset reference.


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yes, sorry, i'm tired...

Re: /hdel [Re: Mc_Fly] #168936 17/01/07 12:18 AM
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If you mean /hdel -sw <name> <item1,[item2,item3,...]> then I'm for this.

Also /hfree -sw <name1,[name2,name3,...]> would be nice. smile


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Re: /hdel [Re: Jigsy] #168949 17/01/07 04:49 AM
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I agree this would be nice, although I think the w switch should only be required if one or more of the items has a wildcard in it, and that the w switch only applies to the item(s) that have the wildcard.

Eg: /hdel -sw table1 item1 item2* item3 item4*

The wildcard switch would only apply to items that started with item2 or item4, so item20 would be deleted, but item12 wouldn't.

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Originally Posted By: RusselB
Eg: /hdel -sw table1 item1 item2* item3 item4*

The wildcard switch would only apply to items that started with item2 or item4, so item20 would be deleted, but item12 wouldn't.


I'm guessing using regex to match items to close would be asking too much..