Plain text is the most common format across computers. Simple texts, log files, results of some operations are just text files. Even web pages are just text files. And though we have rather complicated tools for viewing and editing those files, the problem is their quantity. If you have 100 html pages and need to replace a small string in all of them, no «cool moder HTML editor» will help you. If you have 1000 log files and need to gather specific information from them, you are in trouble. This way or other way, you do need Mass File Editor, the program with clear logic and infinite flexibility.
In the Mass File Editor, you have a list of objects to edit (you can load them file-by-file, by folders, or from textual filelists) and a set of «rules» applied to all of them. The rules are playing around «text values» named values which can be extracted from each file name or from content, and then inserted into other places, or collected into «Scratch space». With those rules, you need a surprisingly small amount of clicking and typing to construct really comprehensive file actions and apply them to thousands of files.Rule editor itself is quite handy, and you can try applying the «program» to an individual file before mass editing.
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