Interviewed by CNN on 05/10/2011 22:30, connie told the world:
> In a copied page of posts from a Yahoo Group, there would be several lines like the following:
> Reply | Messages in this Topic (79)
> - with Word I can insert codes for "any digit" and remove (replace with either blank or space) all those lines in three passes, but I haven't been able to figure out how to do the same with Note Tab Lite.
> I'm hoping someone will kindly give the solution.
Oh, that's easy... if you use regular expressions, which is kind of the
"advanced mode" of Search & Replace.
Regular expressions (regexps for short) not only have codes for "any
digit" but also for a lot of other neat stuff.
In your example, I would search for the following regexp:
Reply \| Messages in this Topic \(\d+\) \r\n
and replace it with a blank string. It should get all the lines in a
single pass, no matter how many digits long is the number.
(Note: the blank spaces after the closing parenthesis match the blank
spaces on your example string.)
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