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Help file: /fseek

Posted By: Knoeki

Help file: /fseek - 10/09/10 10:01 PM

It'd be nice if /fseek could be a bit better explained. Specifically, what the -n switch does, as it doesn't mention this at all:

Code:
/fseek <name> <position>

Sets the read/write pointer to the specified position in the file. The following switches may also be used to move the file pointer:

-l <name> <line number>
-n <name>
-w <name> <wildcard>
-r <name> <regex>


The other switches speak for themselves.
Posted By: MeStinkBAD

Re: Help file: /fseek - 13/09/10 11:31 PM

Originally Posted By: Knoeki
It'd be nice if /fseek could be a bit better explained. Specifically, what the -n switch does, as it doesn't mention this at all:

Code:
/fseek <name> <position>

Sets the read/write pointer to the specified position in the file. The following switches may also be used to move the file pointer:

-l <name> <line number>
-n <name>
-w <name> <wildcard>
-r <name> <regex>


The other switches speak for themselves.


-n for next line...
Posted By: Knoeki

Re: Help file: /fseek - 17/09/10 08:16 AM

Originally Posted By: MeStinkBAD
Originally Posted By: Knoeki
It'd be nice if /fseek could be a bit better explained. Specifically, what the -n switch does, as it doesn't mention this at all:

Code:
/fseek <name> <position>

Sets the read/write pointer to the specified position in the file. The following switches may also be used to move the file pointer:

-l <name> <line number>
-n <name>
-w <name> <wildcard>
-r <name> <regex>


The other switches speak for themselves.


-n for next line...


Yes, I know this. After I had read it on the forums here what it does. ;_)
Posted By: MeStinkBAD

Re: Help file: /fseek - 19/09/10 12:03 AM

It *should* be documented regardless.
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