[OT] Looking for a Python Program/Tool That Will Add Line Numbers to a txt File
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Thu Feb 14 23:31:47 CET 2008
> Gabriel Genellina wrote:
>> En Thu, 14 Feb 2008 04:54:56 -0200, W. Watson <wolf_tracks at invalid.com>
>>> See Subject. It's a simple txt file, each line is a Python stmt, but I
>>> up to four digits added to each line with a space between the number
>>> and the text.
>> This command should suffice - but you must first find a working CP/M
>> system to use it:
>> C>PIP [N] NEW.PY=OLD.PY
>> (Sorry - just a a nostalgic flash!)
En Thu, 14 Feb 2008 19:47:16 -0200, Jaap Spies <j.spies at hccnet.nl>
> Wow! You remembered this. Good old PIP!
So powerful... It was one of the first things I learned, perhaps that's
why I still remember it.
En Thu, 14 Feb 2008 18:53:16 -0200, W. Watson <wolf_tracks at invalid.com>
> Good grief! You go a long way back. Want to try for an IBM 650 with a
I can't go soooo long back in time :) but I remember having used a
Winchester removable hard drive, maybe 30MB capacity, that made a terrible
noise and had to be powered on a few minutes earlier than the main unit
because it had to "speed up".
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