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How to skip first line with FIND command.

phhvw2phhvw2 Posts: 2Member

I need specific data using Windows 7 from file AAA.txt stored in file BBB.txt.
When using the FIND command the first line of file BBB.txt always contains 10 minus characters followed by the filename like:
---------- filename
How can I omit this first line?
I use:
FOR /F "eol=; tokens=1 delims=, " %%i in ('find ":00000001FF" AAA.txt') do @echo %%i >> BBB.txt




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