[EpiData-list] reply for Command line processing

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Thu Feb 24 10:01:42 CST 2005


Greetings.  Thanks Tony.  I use that solution frequently but
The DOS version. This would be nice, then we would have a
Package. HELLO Denis, it has been a long time, how are you?!

Stay safe, Kelly


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I recently worked with Denis Columbier in Aceh, Indonesia. He had a
windows implementation of the old DOS EpiGlue front end. This was used
to make a menu interface to call EpiData, and run other
commands/programs. I don't think it's publicly available yet, but Denis,
if you are reading this can you fill us in?

 
--
Tony Stewart
 
 

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Greetings.

I was wondering if Command Line Processing is available.  I noticed EpiC
'stuff'.
I was thinking something like EpiData <filename> for DataEntry in a BAT
file or through .MNU Or EpIDataStat.exe <filename.pgm>  etc.  Thinking
of a system which would be
MENU driven. Obviously, I haven't tried any of this.  Has anyone else?

Thanks, kelly 
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