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User Info: Spetsnaz420

Spetsnaz420
4 years ago#11
Final Fantasy X and XII
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User Info: stalepie29

stalepie29
4 years ago#12
^ Thanks. Does anyone know of a handy Windows program that can sort a list into alphabetical order?

User Info: shadow_sonic111

shadow_sonic111
4 years ago#13
KH 1&2, P4.
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User Info: dragonmak2

dragonmak2
4 years ago#14
I'm still waiting for

Dark Cloud 2
Culdcept
Kingdom Hearts (1 and 2)
and my FF X (I wouldn't even mind X-2)
Currently playing:
Guild Wars 2 and Borderlands 2

User Info: GabrielWolf

GabrielWolf
4 years ago#15
Champions of Norrath

Champions Return to Arms (the awesome sequel)

If you haven't played them: shame on you.
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User Info: stalepie29

stalepie29
4 years ago#16
GabrielWolf posted...
Champions of Norrath

Champions Return to Arms (the awesome sequel)

If you haven't played them: shame on you.


Looks good. Like Diablo?

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Zax77
4 years ago#17
Psy ops
Terminator dawn of fate
Legacy of Kain
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nouseravailable
4 years ago#18
stalepie29 posted...
^ Thanks. Does anyone know of a handy Windows program that can sort a list into alphabetical order?

Go to http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/ and download and install Ruby interpreter (ask it to hold your hand etc), after that toss the code bellow to a txt file:

#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>
file_name = ARGV[0]
parsed_content = open(file_name) { |content| content.read.split("\n") }
outputname = file_name.split(".")
filename = outputname[0] + "_sorted." + outputname[1]
parsed_content.sort!
File.open(filename,"w+") { |writer| writer.puts parsed_content }

Open a cmd window, go to the directory of the file and type Ruby yourfile.rb the_file_you_want_to_sort.txt

The code above is sloppy and it will behave weirdly if the file you want to sort have multiple dots in its name.
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User Info: stalepie29

stalepie29
4 years ago#19
nouseravailable posted...
stalepie29 posted...
^ Thanks. Does anyone know of a handy Windows program that can sort a list into alphabetical order?

Go to http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/ and download and install Ruby interpreter (ask it to hold your hand etc), after that toss the code bellow to a txt file:

#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>
file_name = ARGV[0]
parsed_content = open(file_name) { |content| content.read.split("\n") }
outputname = file_name.split(".")
filename = outputname[0] + "_sorted." + outputname[1]
parsed_content.sort!
File.open(filename,"w+") { |writer| writer.puts parsed_content }

Open a cmd window, go to the directory of the file and type Ruby yourfile.rb the_file_you_want_to_sort.txt

The code above is sloppy and it will behave weirdly if the file you want to sort have multiple dots in its name.


no way! That will take me much longer than doing it by hand. I thought maybe a text editor like TED Notepad or Win32pad had an alphabetical sorting feature.

Thanks for trying to help

User Info: stalepie29

stalepie29
4 years ago#20
stalepie29 posted...
nouseravailable posted...
stalepie29 posted...
^ Thanks. Does anyone know of a handy Windows program that can sort a list into alphabetical order?

Go to http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/ and download and install Ruby interpreter (ask it to hold your hand etc), after that toss the code bellow to a txt file:

#<Encoding:ISO-8859-1>
file_name = ARGV[0]
parsed_content = open(file_name) { |content| content.read.split("\n") }
outputname = file_name.split(".")
filename = outputname[0] + "_sorted." + outputname[1]
parsed_content.sort!
File.open(filename,"w+") { |writer| writer.puts parsed_content }

Open a cmd window, go to the directory of the file and type Ruby yourfile.rb the_file_you_want_to_sort.txt

The code above is sloppy and it will behave weirdly if the file you want to sort have multiple dots in its name.


no way! That will take me much longer than doing it by hand. I thought maybe a text editor like TED Notepad or Win32pad had an alphabetical sorting feature.

Thanks for trying to help


Oh, TED Notepad does have a sorting feature, you simply highlight what you want sorted, go to Tools, then sort by ascending.
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