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Hi Teamers

I am currently working on some language analysis software (both natural
language and code) for use in my doctoral research.  It would be ideal if I
could set an application up to work its way through all the files in a
folder automatically - that is, set it to work on a folder full of files
and it will automatically process each of the files in the folder in
succession.

Does anyone have any idea of how this can be done?

Thanks

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Rick Duley
Murdoch University
School of Engineering Science
Perth, Western Australia
http://eng.murdoch.edu.au/~rick
aussie : 040 910 6049                .-_|\
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                               perth *_.-._/
                                          v
"The dissemination of knowledge
     is of obvious value -
        the massive dissemination
           of error-loaded software
              is frightening."
  (Edsger Dijkstra, Garmisch (DE), 1968)

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