|User: editor -- 2010-04-17 << 479 481 >>|
|Type: Batch file rename|
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|How to batch rename text files by adding the value of file content to filename? |
I have some files like 1.txt, 2.txt, 3.txt, there are some numbers in each file, for example in 1.txt there is a number 234 at the beginning of file, I want to automatically rename 1.txt==> 235.txt (because 1+234=235)
|1.txt (numbers in 1.txt: 234, 99, 18) |
2.txt (numbers in 2.txt: 88, 122)
3.txt (numbers in 3.txt: 225, 9)
|Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.|
|1. open 'Tools->Batch Runner' menu |
2. drag files like 1.txt, 2.txt, ... from Window File browser to "Batch Runner" window.
3. check option of 'set output filename', modify the following entry to:
4. check the preview at 'output file' column, and click 'File Rename' done!
Screenshot 1: Batch_Runner_Window