Re: [NTB] Help on Regular Expressions
- At 10:20 PM 30-08-04, Don Daugherty wrote:
>> How does one find all instances ofThank you, Don. I think you've solved the matter. But if I ever have a question on RegExp again, I know where to go to.
>> * <P LANG="en-GB" STYLE="margin-bottom: 0in">
>> * <P ALIGN=LEFT STYLE="margin-left: 1in; margin-bottom: 0in">
>> * <P LANG="en-GB">
>> IOW, the DOS command equivalent of <P*>
>I can answer this specific question. If you have follow-up, let's move it
>to the Clips group where RegExp is one of the major discussion items.
>Search for "<p[^>]+>", which looks for "<", followed by one or moreI think that should do the trick.
>characters that are Not ">", followed by ">".
Hugo, your answer didn't work, but I appreciate your kindness too.
Don't know if anyone of you would believe this. In the third quarter of my meditation this morning (We have group meditation here 5.30-6.30am daily.) my mind somehow drifted to the matter and I suddenly realized that by indicating "/a" I've included ">". That was the mistake.
Btw, does anyone know of a way to run a simple macro (just a few steps of Find and Replace) on NoteTab?
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- Hi Kumaara,
>Thank you, Don. I think you've solved the matter. But if I everYes, over on the Clips list. <bg> I have a Replace Library that
>have a question on RegExp again, I know where to go to.
>Btw, does anyone know of a way to run a simple macro (just a few
>steps of Find and Replace) on NoteTab?
has a number of working examples to do Find/Replaces in many
different ways. I'm sure you'll find the one you are looking for.
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