JeriDan wrote:Morning all.
Can you please provide a list out for me all of the ways eValid can work with Windows files?
Thanks for posting JeriDan.
eValid is a Windows Application and it can read and write files provided it has sufficient permission.
There are many file oriented commands:
CopyFile -- copies one file to another
These work like you would expect.
There are these commands that name files to used during playback:
At the end of the say, however, if you need more complex Windows processing, you can use the commands:
are used to issue control to "filename" to be processed by Windows.
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