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Comment:Test to see if markdown accepts an iframe... :-)
Timelines: family | ancestors | descendants | both | trunk
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SHA1:7bf4250871fdd151a5ea566b6f2526bbe8d4a2b4
User & Date: MCO 2014-02-26 17:43:29
Context
2014-02-26
17:50
(iframe does work, but it's not useful because of all the headers). check-in: 14fed3b0b7 user: MCO tags: trunk
17:43
Test to see if markdown accepts an iframe... :-) check-in: 7bf4250871 user: MCO tags: trunk
17:35
Fixed link. check-in: 5d41ae560d user: MCO tags: trunk
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Prints the final path of the given file or folder name, i.e. all junctions and symlinks are resolved.
See the MSDN article on [GetFinalPathNameByHandle] for more information.


[GetFinalPathNameByHandle]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364962.aspx



IsWorkstationLocked
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Reports whether the workstation is locked, or waits for the given status. See the [help output] for more info.


[help output]: ../src/res/IsWorkstationLocked-help.txt





ConvertCharset
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Reads a text file using the specified character set, and writes it using a different character set.
Useful for converting old DOS era plain text files to the modern age (i.e. UTF-8). :-)

	Converts a text file from one code page to another
	ConvertCharset [/r=<codepage>] infile /w=<codepage> [outfile] [/b]
	
	infile         The file containing the text to convert. Use a hyphen to read from stdin.
	outfile        The file to write the converted text to. If omitted, the output is
	               written to infile. Use a hyphen to write to stdout.
	/r=<codepage>  The character set or code page of infile. If omitted, the system's
	               default (ANSI) character set is assumed.
	/w=<codepage>  The character set or code page to convert the text to.

	For <codepage>, you can either use a code page number, or a charset name, as supported
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Prints the final path of the given file or folder name, i.e. all junctions and symlinks are resolved.
See the MSDN article on [GetFinalPathNameByHandle] for more information.


[GetFinalPathNameByHandle]: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa364962.aspx

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IsWorkstationLocked
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Reports whether the workstation is locked, or waits for the given status. See the [help output] below for more info.


[help output]: ../src/res/IsWorkstationLocked-help.txt
<iframe width="100%" src="../src/res/IsWorkstationLocked-help.txt"></iframe>


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ConvertCharset
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Reads a text file using the specified character set, and writes it using a different character set.
Useful for converting old DOS era plain text files to the modern age (i.e. [UTF-8]). :-)

	Converts a text file from one code page to another
	ConvertCharset [/r=<codepage>] infile /w=<codepage> [outfile] [/b]
	
	infile         The file containing the text to convert. Use a hyphen to read from stdin.
	outfile        The file to write the converted text to. If omitted, the output is
	               written to infile. Use a hyphen to write to stdout.
	/r=<codepage>  The character set or code page of infile. If omitted, the system's
	               default (ANSI) character set is assumed.
	/w=<codepage>  The character set or code page to convert the text to.

	For <codepage>, you can either use a code page number, or a charset name, as supported
	by the system.

[UTF-8]: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5733045/what-character-encoding-is-best-for-multinational-companies/5746798#5746798