Relatively Simple DOS Batch Script...
Posted on 2004-08-13
I have an .exe that will convert a file of some type A (lets say *.flt) to some type B (lets say *.hpx).
You just go to a command prompt and type: flt2hpx <inputfile> <outputfile>
What I want is some type of script that I can run that, for some directory, will convert all the files of type .flt to files of type .hpx with the same name (except the extension).
For example, doing the convertions individually by hand at the DOS prompt, I type:
C:> flt2hpx Brad_01.flt Brad_01.hpx
C:> flt2hpx something_04.flt something_04.hpx
I want a script that will use the convert ALL the files in the given directory of type .flt to type .hpx like above. Thanks!!