Re: [NTB] Set alternative when string not found?
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>I've got a clip that includes a backwards searchHappy Clip'n!
>^!Find "apple" [TIBS]
>The clip works fine if there is a prior "apple" instance, but it
>doesn't work correctly when there's not. (And adding "apple" to the
>beginning of the file isn't an option.)
>Is there a way to construct an If/[ElseGoTo] statement to work around
>a single backward-searching instance that is not found?
>I tried using ^!IfError, but that didn't seem to work.
>I have a feeling there's a simple answer, but I'm not seeing it.