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Last post Author Topic: DONE: Organize files into folders based on flename wildcard parsing  (Read 72856 times)

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Re: DONE: Organize files into folders based on flename wildcard parsing
« Reply #76 on: January 17, 2022, 05:45 AM »
Is it possible to re-use the output variables?

Such as Destination like

....\??1\??1 ??2
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Re: DONE: Organize files into folders based on flename wildcard parsing
« Reply #77 on: January 17, 2022, 09:18 AM »
Is it possible to re-use the output variables?

Such as Destination like

....\??1\??1 ??2

Yes.

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Re: DONE: Organize files into folders based on flename wildcard parsing
« Reply #78 on: January 17, 2022, 01:10 PM »
Hi Jody.

I simplified my pattern and did a quick test, just in case it was something in the long path I had.

Screenshot_20220117_04_19-Entry.jpgDONE: Organize files into folders based on flename wildcard parsing

Simulation result

E:\TEST\start\Groupname - Filename.txt --> E:\TEST\finish\Groupname\??1 \Groupname - Filename.txt

The end result should have been

E:\TEST\start\Groupname - Filename.txt --> E:\TEST\finish\Groupname\Groupname\Groupname - Filename.txt

Obviously this is a stripped down version of what I am trying to do. 

Curiously there is a space after the "??1 " in the simulation.
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