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The WORD lists (lowercased) are case-insensitive. Should avoid more than one letter in any word. PHONE is assumed to be a phone number, not an extension.
These regular expressions are very simplistic, and are not multithreaded.
If, for example, one of your files begins with the string « », it is assumed to be a file header or footer and therefore ignored. Since « .txt » is not inside a quoted string, it is assumed to be a file name and so ignored.
Note: if your files begin with a version number (e.g., 01.05.22), where the number is any number of digits, then the regexp before the quoted string will no longer work. To correct that, you’d need to use something like (dddddddd)(.txt).
If you have any files that begin with no filename, but just « », then you’ll want a way to ignore them as well. To do that, you can replace
This matches the first four groups: the number, the letter, the period, and the text, and then the newline. The
on the end matches a newline at the end of the file.
Currently approved Bash library of HEIMDAL
grep -R ‘^s*[^ »s]* »([^ »s]*)s*|s*$’./
This would get you that « example test example » » test example test » and print it to stdout
It would be better to use perl(pattenr) for this as
However when I entered the card into my computer it is not showing up. I
tried on many diff. emulators. Can u guide me which simulator i should try.
And pls tell me what to do next.
The easiest way is to download Cubot SDCard to PC and copy the contents to your desktop, then enter the contents of the desktop folder (called « Desktop » in English operating systems) to your phone using the SDCard reader (I’ll explain how to do this in a moment).
(NOTE: In order for the contents to be visible in Windows Explorer, you must enable hidden files and folders)
Now, simply drag and drop all the content into the file browser on the phone. You should end up with a folder hierarchy that looks like this:
Now go into the About tab in File Manager.
You should now have MTP mode enabled:
You may need to switch to PTP mode after enabling MTP. In case that happens to you, click on the « Setting » button located in the upper right corner of the screen and then, select « Switch to PTP Mode. »
The contents of your SDCard should now be visible in the file browser.
Tips for better data transferring:
Make sure your PC is in charge of the SDCard with MTP mode enabled and that your phone is in charge of the SDCard with PTP mode enabled. If you have to switch back and forth, make sure both have MTP and PTP enabled at the same time.
If you are transferring large files, for example.mov files, make sure that you run the MTP driver as Administrator (Right-click on the exe file and select « Run as Administrator » if necessary)
How to transfer to your phone:
It’s easier to transfer files using Windows Explorer. Your phone will always show up as a removable device on your computer. Simply drag and drop the content to your phone from Explorer and that’s it. If you have trouble transferring files to your phone (ie. you get a message saying « There is no such disk » when trying to right click in the folder and selecting « Copy to… »), then you have to go back into File Manager and switch back and forth between MTP and PTP mode.
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