[EpiData-list] Re: EpiData-list Digest, Vol 81, Issue 7

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Tue Jul 6 17:10:32 CDT 2010


Hi Caveman,

If you are very familiar with Linux then please try to type "help convert"
in the command prompt editor it should give the different options how to
convert different types of files.
EpiC operates similarly as Linux Command editor (although I am not an expert
user of Linux, I did play with it while ago and don't  think  that you need
EpiC for Linux Operating System).

You could type "convert input.file output.file" in Linux cmd editor  and see
what happens hoping that you get there.

Kind regards

Tieble


*convert* *[* *options* *... ]* *input_file output_file*





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> Is it possible to have the EpiC for Linux too?
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> I really need a program to convert rec to mysql. If use epic I will pass it
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