AnyMini C is automatic character count software. It is character count program for all common file formats, which supports .DOC, .RTF, .XLS, .PPT, .PPS, .HTM, .CSV, .
After character count is completed, you can:
view character count results on the screen;
print character count results;
export character count results into Text, HTML, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Rich Text Format, PDF.
New features in version 5.0:
Support for word count, line count, and character count for .MIF (Adobe FrameMaker) and .WPD (Corel WordPerfect) files is added;
Show full path option added;
Export of character, line and word count results into PDF is added.
Skip Numbers feature added;
Comments can be counted in .DOC and .RTF documents;
Native Word Count and Character Count support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages;
Increased speed of word counts, line counts, and character counts;
Installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader for character count, line count, and word count in PDF documents is no longer necessary. AnyCount can perform text counts in PDFs in the self-sufficient way.
You can view results of text count in various units without need to count the texts again;
Add Files dialog enhanced.
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AnyMini C: Character Count Program: http://download.anymini.com/f2h4j6l8/AnyMiniC5Setup.exe
Scans multiple files looking for a REGEX pattern, and
summarised what it finds as a CSV file.
java -jar C:\com\mindprod\pluck\pluck.jar "\.[a-z]+\." E:\temp\temp.csv E:\somedir
adjusting as necessary to account for where the jar file is.
The first parameter is the regex pattern. See
http://mindprod.com/jgloss/regex.html for how to compose them.
The next parameter is where the output in to go. use the
word console to have the output appear on the console.
Then put a list of files and directories on command line you
want to scan where -s means recursively include all
subdirectories for everything to the right of -s.
It will look only for *.html, *.htm, *.xml, *.txt
extensions. You can't change that via the command line,
though you could modify the program.
The command line does not currently support wildcards, e.g.
ap*.txt or ff?.html. You need to specify the full names of
files or directories, or . to mean all the files in the