Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Split your large files according to your needs with String Master

Today we decided to present you String Master, a program that will help you to split one large data source file into 2 or more files in accordance with mask or the sub-strings (the user based criteria). Generally, String Master will help you extract certain desired keywords, mask or sub-strings from extremely large databases.

How it Works

String Master has one of the most simplest and easy to use program interfaces. Everything is simple, light and compact. 

Source File is where you select the source file on your computer. 

Buffer Size (lines) is where you enter number of lines which will be stored in sting-buffers during the sorting, before actually being written to the files for each mask you select. The greater the number of lines, the faster the programs works. Depending on the hardware, this value should vary from 1,000 to 10,000.

Feedback Intensity Lines is how often the program updates the statistics. If the value is 100, then the statistics will be updated at every 100 lines of the source file. The lower the value is, the statistics will be updated more frequently. 

List of masks or sub-strings allows you to enter your desired filters for the processing of the source file. However, their total number cannot exceed 32 for the free version and 256 for the paid one. By default, this list contains 30 domains, but you can add your values as well.

There are some great additional features for making the splitting even more detailed and specified, which will satisfy you needs in shorter periods of time. 

The program can process gigantic large source files (basically the size of the source files is not limited) and it will find the desired keywords or files very fast. String Master is faster and more specified than any other program available on the Internet. If you want to learn about more additional features and try it then go here.