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Anybody know of a program that sifts through a large number of zipped .txt files?

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I do a fantasy baseball simulation and after every week it creates box scores and play-by-play rundowns of each game and compiles them all in a zip file. They are .txt files.

They look like this inside winRAR...

25-729A.txt
25-729B.txt
25-729C.txt
and so on..
25-730A
25-730B
and so on..

200+ files in all after each simulation and we have to open each one to see if there it corresponds to our team..

Is there a software that will make all these .txt files sortable by keywords, say "St. Louis Cardinals" to weed down the files into the ones you're looking for.

Thanks in advanced.
Oct 9 '10 #1
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weaknessforcats
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You may not need a program.

You muight import these files to Excel and sort them there.
Oct 10 '10 #2

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