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This package contains two free executable programs, XFIND and TFIND. XFIND searches a file or directory for a specified string. In addition to the file name, you can specify that the search should start in any directory. TFIND searches a file for two or more strings separated by a Boolean AND. You can specify that the search should start in any directory, and that the search should not look in hidden files. The programs are very fast, and are therefore useful when you want to quickly search a large number of files for a specified string. You can use XFIND or TFIND in batch mode. You can also set a list of files or directories to be searched on the command line. If you wish to view the file names where a string was found, then use XFIND /A. To quickly see if a particular string is present in a file, use XFIND /R. TFIND can also be used as a binary utility, that is, to search all files in a directory. The source code for XFIND and TFIND is freely available. Source Code: XFIND is written in Pascal, and uses a highly optimized string search engine (check the file FREESEARCH.INC for the details). TFIND is written in C, and has been written with speed and efficiency in mind. TFIND is capable of searching files in the Microsoft Windows directory hierarchy. It can search files and directories, and does not search subdirectories within a directory. TFIND does not search text files (such as TXT and DOC), only plain text files. TFIND uses the registry to speed up its operation. TFIND is capable of searching through text files (even non-English languages such as Chinese and Japanese). XFIND Version History: 2.1.3 - XFIND comes with improved Pascal source code. 2.1.1 - XFIND can now be run in batch mode. 2.1.0 - XFIND can now search files and subdirectories. 2.0.1 - The binary executable was built for Delphi. 2.0.0 - XFIND was completely rewritten to improve performance. TFIND Version History: 0.1.1 - TFIND was added. 0.1.0 - TFIND was created. 0.0.1 - TFIND was written. Please

 

 

FIND Tools [Mac/Win] XFIND (also see :XFINDBULK) reads an input file into memory, and then scans the entire file. When reading in large files, it is faster than a standard XFIND command. TFIND (also see :TFINDBULK) reads an input file into memory, and then reports all lines that contain one or more of the strings. It should be faster than a standard TFIND command. README Format: FILE STRING SRC.DAT [:SEARCH] STRING [:ALL] STRING Where: FILE is a single file or a list of files STRING is the string to search for SRC.DAT is the source file where this string is located (always required). The input file is scanned from the first line until the end of the file. Notes: If the file does not exist, this command will automatically create a new file containing the string. It is possible to split the search into multiple commands, i.e. the input file will be scanned, and then the output file will be searched. If you add /h to the command line, the user will be prompted for a filename where the file to scan and the string to search are located. TOOLBOXES: XFIND Tools * XFIND :listXFIND * The command :XFIND displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK * The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. It allows you to select only a range of items from the list. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F -G The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F -R The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F -R -G The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LIST 1. XFIND The XFIND command scans a file and its subdirectories for a string. The command returns all files where the string was found. XFIND can be used in conjunction with the XCOPY command to apply the search to all files in the root directory. If XFIND is used with the /s option, then the search is performed recursively in all subdirectories of the directory, and XFIND will report files found in any subdirectory. 2. TFIND TFIND scans a file and its subdirectories for a list of strings. The command returns all lines where the given strings were found (Boolean AND). TFIND can be used in conjunction with the XCOPY command to apply the search to all files in the root directory. How to Use: For XFIND: Select a file to search for any of the keywords. To search recursively (i.e., search all subdirectories) in all files, select the /s option. To save the files, select the /s option and output the results to a file. To exit XFIND, select the EXIT option. For TFIND: Select a file to search for any of the keywords. To search recursively (i.e., search all subdirectories) in all files, select the /s option. To save the files, select the /s option and output the results to a file. To exit TFIND, select the EXIT option. How to get help: XFIND EXAMPLE: XFIND /s "this" C:\somesite\where\*.TXT *.DOC *.ASC > result.txt EXAMPLE: XFIND /s "this" /s C:\somesite\where\*.TXT *.DOC *.ASC > result.txt XFIND /s "this" /s /s C:\somesite\where\*.TXT *.DOC *.ASC > result.txt TFIND EXAMPLE: TFIND /s "this" /s "that" TEST.TXT > result.txt EXAMPLE: TFIND /s "this" "that" /s TEST.TXT > result.txt TFIND FIND Tools Patch With Serial Key XFIND is a Perl script that takes your choice of string (optionally in subdirectories) and displays files containing the search string, listing the directory and file, and optionally, the line of the file that the string was found on. TFIND is a program that searches for multiple strings within a single file, and then lists the matching lines on the console. TFIND also allows you to specify any number of strings, and find files that contain any of those strings. XFIND Utility Simply drag and drop your file or folder on XFIND and press Start button. XFIND will scan the files or folders one by one and report whether the search string is found. If your file or folder contains multiple files, it will list the number of files it found. If you'd like to scan subfolders, too, just drag your file or folder on the button to the right of the Start button. TFIND Utility Simply drag and drop your file or folder on TFIND and press Start button. If your file or folder contains multiple files, it will list the number of files it found. If you'd like to scan subfolders, too, just drag your file or folder on the button to the right of the Start button. TFIND displays matching lines by default. To disable the display of matching lines and only display filenames and line numbers, change the value of the Line display option from All to Filenames and Lines. Both programs are developed using (C) Perl. XFIND has no configuration files, so use the XFIND -h or --help to get usage info. TFIND has one configuration file, C:\TFIND.CFG, which specifies the default options. XFIND The program uses a Perl/Tk module to create its GUI. Installation is simple. Copy the XFIND.EXE file to the directory where you want to install the program (usually Program Files). Run the XFIND.EXE command to start the program. TFIND The program uses the standard Windows GUI. The same Installation procedure as XFIND is used. Step by step usage instructions. Start the program by double clicking the XFIND icon on your desktop or start menu. From the Start menu, select File and then select Options. The Options dialog is displayed. 206601ed29 XFIND (also see :XFINDBULK) reads an input file into memory, and then scans the entire file. When reading in large files, it is faster than a standard XFIND command. TFIND (also see :TFINDBULK) reads an input file into memory, and then reports all lines that contain one or more of the strings. It should be faster than a standard TFIND command. README Format: FILE STRING SRC.DAT [:SEARCH] STRING [:ALL] STRING Where: FILE is a single file or a list of files STRING is the string to search for SRC.DAT is the source file where this string is located (always required). The input file is scanned from the first line until the end of the file. Notes: If the file does not exist, this command will automatically create a new file containing the string. It is possible to split the search into multiple commands, i.e. the input file will be scanned, and then the output file will be searched. If you add /h to the command line, the user will be prompted for a filename where the file to scan and the string to search are located. TOOLBOXES: XFIND Tools * XFIND :listXFIND * The command :XFIND displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK * The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. It allows you to select only a range of items from the list. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F -G The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F -R The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LISTXFINDBULK -F -R -G The command :XFINDBULK displays a list of searchable items. * XFINDBULK :LIST What's New in the FIND Tools? System Requirements: Minimum: Mac OS X 10.3 or Windows XP with DirectX 9.0 or OpenGL 2.0. Recommended: Windows XP with DirectX 9.0 or OpenGL 2.0. Windows 10 for Steam Play compatibility. Running on a computer with 2 GB of RAM and a graphical card that supports either DirectX 9.0 or OpenGL 2.0. 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