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any lisp to burst multiple files?

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    Posted: 27.Nov.2019 at 20:46

I need to use "burst" multiple files inside multiple folders and I need a hero to share a lisp to burst multiple files or folders.

attached burst lisp created by lee mac.

uploads/817946/BurstUpgradedV1-7_-_nburst_-_pburst_-nested_and_primary_burst.lsp
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote rebellio Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02.Dec.2019 at 08:27
Hi,

You can use the attached script in combination with a batch script program such as ScriptPro 2.0.
ScriptPro = freeware


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