HP 340 question

Joseph Webster J.Webster at centenary.usyd.edu.AU
Wed Feb 19 18:58:54 EST 1997


At 03:01 PM 18/02/97 -0800, Antony Bakke wrote:
>We have an HP 340 on one of our FACScans.  A researcher, who is familiar with
>PCs, decided to name his data files with a slash in the name (eg. \data000). 
>Now these files are inaccessible: cannot be read, copied or renamed.  Does
>anyone know of a solution?

Are you sure the researcher is really familiar with PCs?
In the PC environment the backslash "\" character is used as the
directory path separator, as in C:\FRED\BLOGGS\DATAFILE.001, so it
makes absolutely no sense to use it in a filename.

Apart from fiddle fingers, you have at least two separate problems.
I'm sure I can help, but I need a bit of clarification.

I'll e-mail you directly rather than take up space in the mailing list.

	Cheers, Joseph.

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Joseph Webster
Flow Cytometry Facility
Centenary Institute



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