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commit d726db3b463d5c5b3532f736c4d5f1509c1f2a66
parent 2e6318f277a21858fcaf9ef9145cd077a0bcfe12
Author: Jenny Doe <>
Date:   Tue,  9 Apr 2019 23:26:08 +0200

fixed: even better readme

Mreadme | 19++++++++++++++++++-
1 file changed, 18 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/readme b/readme @@ -4,9 +4,15 @@ Online resources (older->newer) +Build and run + + make + ./a.out -f hiragana.csv + # at some point enter !save and exit with CTRL-D + Tutorial -Edit cards.csv and save your session by typing !save while studying +Edit cards.csv and save your session by typing !save while studying. Here is a typical cards.csv: @@ -14,6 +20,12 @@ Here is a typical cards.csv: front2,back2, ... +You can also use the -f flag to use another file such as hiragana.csv +for instance. + +WARNING! This tool won't care about the order in which cards were +written in the file! + If you want cards.c to know which cards to show first, you'll have to fill the last field of each line with a number. The higher it is the earlier the card will appear. This number is altered by cards.c when you @@ -24,6 +36,11 @@ this: cat cards.csv | awk 'BEGIN{i=1000}{print $0 i--}' > cards2.csv.csv +Tips + + cat hiragana.csv katakana.csv > cards.csv + ./a.out + Credits This project includes files from csv_parser