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randtype

Randtype is a small utility to read either standard input or text files and display the output, character-by-character or line-by-line, at random intervals. The randomness can be refined on the command line.

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  •  07 Dec 2001 00:55

    Release Notes: Fixes for Linux build problems.

    •  27 Nov 2001 23:16

      Release Notes: A new commandline option -r to search for and replace strings on a line, and a fix for the time value bug.

      •  24 Nov 2001 21:04

        Release Notes: The dump string (-d) option argument has changed to allow for dumping strings to the right of the magic string as well as the left.

        •  09 Nov 2001 23:12

          Release Notes: Addition of generated mistakes.

          •  05 Nov 2001 16:33

            Release Notes: Gzip compressed files are now supported. Code cleanups and portability enhancements were made.

            Recent comments

            31 Aug 1999 20:01 gleek

            well...
            Why didn't you make it available so I didn't have to
            write it? :)

            31 Aug 1999 19:07 abuell

            randtype
            You're ten years too late. I still have the sources for a similar utility on VAX/VMS.

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