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Re: [vox-tech] Removing Files



On Fri, 2004-05-21 at 00:40, Daniel Hurt wrote:
> I got the exact same output as you Tim.  I copies both outputs to files 
> and then ran $ diff and there was no difference between the two outputs. 
>   At the end of the email, i have  included it if you are curious. I am 
> stymied at this point.

> <snip>
> > r = 114
> >  = 4294967220

This character is suspicious. It's supposed to be 39, so
apparently there are colors or other attribute information
embedded.

Suggestion: try calling rename() and then unlink().

> > s = 115
> >   = 32
> > C = 67
> > u = 117
> > t = 116
> > ) = 41
> > . = 46
> > a = 97
> > v = 118
> > i = 105
> > 
> > End output
<snip>


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