I’m trying to work around some logs to extract the data I want and to push it into another simplified
.txt file (before going for the next step).
Here’s the bit of code I’ve been trying to use to reach my goal:
setlocal ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION for %%i in (C:Test_Analyse*files*.txt) do ( SET va=%%i SET va=!va:~16,-31! find /v /c "" %%i | FINDSTR /V /R /C:"^$">>C:test_results!va!log3.txt set /p var=<C:test_results!va!log3.txt set var=!var:~68,10! echo !var!>>C:test_results!va!log2.txt ) endlocal
C:test_results!va!log3.txt file content is :
---------- C:TEST_ANALYSEK43782_TEST_RENAMED_FILES_20210915.TXT: 223856.
As far as I know, it does its job except for the
echo !var!>>C:test_results!va!log2.txt part. It prints Chinese characters in my output file instead of
223856. On a side note, when I discard the
@echo OFF, I notice the
ECHO line working properly in CMD – so I guess it’s maybe about encryption? But I tried a few things around that, without success sadly.
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