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Batch to find/delete

Posted on 2014-09-04
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Hello,
Can you please help,
I have few .txt files in a specific  Directory.
C:\Users\Wassim\__Task_Schedules\_Files_FTP

One of the text files contains a string
HResult 0x35, Level 16, State 1

How can I delete this file through a batch command.

thanks
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In a batch file (.cmd or .bat):
@echo off
for %%F in (C:\Users\Wassim\__Task_Schedules\_Files_FTP\*.txt) do ^
find <"%%~F" "HResult 0x35, Level 16, State 1" >nul && del "%%~F"

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You can run this at the prompt if you replace each %% by % .
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Thanks you very much.
Exactly what I needed.
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