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A PIV Post-processing and data analysis toolbox

renumberfile (PIVMat Toolbox)
renumberfile (PIVMat Toolbox)
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renumberfile
Re-number the indices of a series of files.

Description
renumberfile(NAME, P) renumbers the files matching NAME having an index 
following the substring P, using consecutive indices starting from 1. 
Wildcards (*) and brackets (see rdir) may be used in NAME. If P is 
present several times in a filename, uses only the last occurrence. 
renumberfile works only in the current directory (NAME cannot contain 
pathnames). 
 
renumberfile(NAME, P, NEWNUM) does the same, using NEWNUM to renumber 
the files. If NEWNUM is a number, uses consecutive indices starting 
from NEWNUM. If NEWNUM is an array, uses it to renumber the files. By 
default, NEWNUM=1. 
 
renumberfile(NAME, P, NEWNUM, NZ) specifies the number of 0 pading the 
index (e.g., '302' paded with 5 zeros is '00302'). By default, NZ=5. 
 
renumberfile(NAME, P, NEWNUM, NZ, OPT), where OPT is 'dironly', 
'fileonly' or 'filedir', renumbers only the directory names, the file 
names, or both (by default), respectively. 
 
Examples
 
   If renumberfile('DSC*.JPG','DSC') is used in a directory that 
   contains 100 JPG-files with arbitrary file numbers, the files are 
   renumbered as 'DSC00001.JPG'...'DSC00100.JPG'. 
 
   renumberfile('DSC*.JPG','DSC',401) does the same, renumbering 
   the files as 'DSC00401.JPG'...'DSC00500.JPG'. 
 
   renumberfile('DSC*.JPG','DSC',1,3) does the same, renumbering 
   the files as 'DSC001.JPG'...'DSC100.JPG'. 
 
See Also
getfilenum, rdir, renamefile. 
 
Published output in the Help browser 
   showdemo renumberfile 

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