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http://landenlabs.com/console/llwatch/llwatch64.png #LLWatch Windows / DOS Watch program execution similar to unix / linux watch command

LLWatch repeats execution of a DOS command and monitors its console output. Optionally homing the cusor and highlighting changes.

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LLWatch v1.1 - Jan 23 2016
By: Dennis Lang
https://landenlabs.com/

SUMMARY:
  Watch - execute a program periodically, showing output

USAGE:
  llwatch [-dhv] [-t #lines][-b #lines] [-n ] -- 

DESCRIPTION:  Watch runs command repeatedly, displaying its output. This allows you to
  Watch the program output change over time. By default, the program is run
  every 2 seconds.

  -d  Disable highlighting the differences between successive updates.
  -h  Home cursor between updates
  -n  Specify update interval, default 2 seconds
  -t <#lines> Limit output to top # lines, default is 20
  -b <#lines> Limit output to bottom # lines, default is all
  -v  Toggle verbose output
  -g  Match grep pattern for line to show.
  -r  Use with -g and perform replacement per line.

EXAMPLES:
    To watch the contents of a directory change, you could use:
       llwatch -- cmd /c dir *.txt

    Use find to filter command output
       llwatch -- cmd /c "c:\Windows\System32\tasklist.exe | find "Console""
    Use built-in grep filter to file command output
       llwatch -g Console -- c:\Windows\System32\tasklist.exe

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Example of scrolling output and highlighted changes:

http://landenlabs.com/console/llwatch/tasklist.png

Example of updating screen with 'home screen' enabled:

http://landenlabs.com/console/llwatch/refresh.gif