From: Randy Leedy (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jun 21 1999 - 14:00:52 EDT
I rather suspect that this thread is not of much interest to the list,
but I'll put up one more comment just in case someone may find it
helpful. I downloaded the program Maurice mentioned. Because it
compares files character-by-character rather than line-by-line, it
will not do what I described in my previous post on this topic.
>>> "Maurice A. O'Sullivan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 06/18 7:55 PM >>>
At 08:54 18/06/99 -0400, you wrote:
>These are DOS programs, so one must be familiar with DOS syntax to
>make good use of them.
There is a Windows program, available as:
WCOMPARE.ZIP which was rirst published in PC Magazine August 1995
So it's free, and widely available on the Net -- any FTP search
find 50 sites in a couple of seconds.
The author states:
WCompare highlights the differences in two text files.
It also provides full editing and printing capabilities. WCompare is
designed to work with text files only, and is limited to a maximum
size of 32k.
Maurice A. O'Sullivan
" With computers we can now mistinterpret Scripture at speeds never
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