在Windows批量打印一个段落

下面的代码工作得很好,打印段落

@echo off setlocal disableDelayedExpansion set "skip=" for /f "delims=:" %%N in ( 'findstr /x /n ":::BeginText" "%~f0"' ) do if not defined skip set skip=%%N >test.txt ( for /f "skip=%skip% tokens=*" %%A in ( 'findstr /n "^" "%~f0"' ) do ( set "line=%%A" setlocal enableDelayedExpansion echo(!line:*:=! endlocal ) ) type test.txt exit /b :::BeginText This text will be exactly preserved with the following limitations: 1) Each line will be terminated by CR LF even if original has only LF. 2) Lines are limited in length to approximately 8191 bytes. Special characters like ^ & < > | etc. do not cause a problem. Empty lines are preserved! ;Lines beginning with ; are preserved. :::Leading : are preserved 

有没有办法像:::Endtext添加文本标记,以便只有:::BeginText:::Endtext之间的段落被打印。

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当然:-)

而且你可以在你的脚本中嵌入多个命名段落,并有选择性地使用每个段落的唯一标签来写入它们。

只要GOTO和/或EXIT / B阻止文本被执行,命名文本就可以出现在脚本的任何地方。

为了方便,下面的脚本将逻辑封装在:printParagraph例程中。

 @echo off setlocal disableDelayedExpansion goto :start :::BeginText1 Paragraph 1 is preserved Bye! :::EndText :start echo Print paragraph 1 directly to screen echo ------------------------------------------ call :printParagraph 1 echo ------------------------------------------ echo( echo( call :printParagraph 2 >test.txt echo Write paragraph 2 to a file and type file echo ------------------------------------------ type test.txt echo ------------------------------------------ echo( echo( echo Print paragraph 3 directly to screen echo ------------------------------------------ call :printParagraph 3 echo ------------------------------------------ echo( echo( exit /b :::BeginText2 This is paragraph 2 Pure poetry :::EndText :printParagraph set "skip=" for /f "delims=:" %%N in ( 'findstr /x /n ":::BeginText%~1" "%~f0"' ) do if not defined skip set skip=%%N set "end=" for /f "delims=:" %%N in ( 'findstr /x /n ":::EndText" "%~f0"' ) do if %%N gtr %skip% if not defined end set end=%%N for /f "skip=%skip% tokens=*" %%A in ( 'findstr /n "^" "%~f0"' ) do ( for /f "delims=:" %%N in ("%%A") do if %%N geq %end% exit /b set "line=%%A" setlocal enableDelayedExpansion echo(!line:*:=! endlocal ) exit /b :::BeginText3 One more... ...for good measure :::EndText