RE: [NTB] Token definitions
> Hi notetabclikz,But these are probably all "examples" according to notetabclikz!
> At 03:49 PM 9/28/03 -0000, you wrote:
> >I have searched the NoteTab help files but can't find any definition
> >of a "token", only examples. Is there a formal definition somewhere,
> >that lists all existing tokens and the rules how to write and use a
> If you go to the menu bar and select Help/Help Topics/Reference
> Information/Dialog Boxes/Find and Replace Dialog Boxes, you will see just
> over half way down the page:
Token, is this context, is not some weird "computerspeak" but is being used
in conventional English.
My dictionary says:
A sign: a symbol
and goes on with a number of other definitions.
Where the Help file says:
The Find and Replace dialog boxes accept tokens to represent special
that is because you can't use the real character there as it would not have
the desired effect. You need to use a substitute, a symbol or a token to do
Larry's quote then goes on to provide the list you require.