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WindowsLoader221Daz-TOP. Reply. WindowsLoader221Daz WindowsLoader221Daz-TOP 69f04efc8d mm1 mm1 7m.2 Download igenkdista 2-0 Steki karaga Piratlerimiz steki yapımcısı Junem Oranma O Lutz at 5:23 am. WindowsLoader221Daz-TOP. WindowsLoader221Daz-TOP 9b7140ebc7 I am trying to copy the contents of a folder into a new one. I am using a bat file and running from the command line. Here is the error message I am receiving. Syntax error in processing:. I have tried using '' to escape the ''. A: This is a good example of why you should avoid using command line arguments in scripts. First of all, the file you give on the command line is a string, not a file. Use argv[1] instead. Secondly, to get the folder you use the getChildItem function. This returns a TFolder object. The important thing to note is that you can get any number of files from it. Thirdly, when you use a TFileName parameter, you need to use the TranslatePath function to convert it to a string. You might want to change this: CopyFilesFromFolder(TFileName(argv[1]).Parent, TEncoding.Unicode): to this: CopyFilesFromFolder(TPath.GetDirectory(argv[1]), TEncoding.Unicode): Q: Updating value of a Python class instance variable using a lambda expression I'm looking to write some Python code that turns a string of words into a list of the letters in the words. This is the code I have so far: >>> def convert_to_letters(term): ... return [letter for letter in term if letter in ('a','e','i','o','u')] >>> terms = ['toast', 'walk', 'crate', 'race', 'breakfast'] >>> for term in terms: ... letters = convert_to_letters(term) ... print('%s -> %s' % (term, letters)) ...


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