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  • bruce.somers
    I ve run into a new problem that I think may be solvable using regular expressions. Out of Frása an Lae - Lá276  Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4     
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 26, 2013
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      I've run into a new problem that I think may be solvable using regular expressions.

      Out of
      Frása an Lae - Lá276  Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4      Frása an Lae - Lá276  Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4    
      Frása an Lae - Lá277  Phrase of the Day - Day 277.mp4      Frása an Lae - Lá277  Phrase of the Day - Day 277.mp4    
      Frása an Lae - Lá278  Phrase of the Day - Day 278.mp4      Frása an Lae - Lá278  Phrase of the Day - Day 278.mp4    

      I need to producea a file with lines
      rename "Frása an Lae - Lá276  Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4"      Lá276.mp4    
      rename "Frása an Lae - Lá277  Phrase of the Day - Day 277.mp4"      Lá277.mp4    
      rename "Frása an Lae - Lá278  Phrase of the Day - Day 278.mp4"      Lá278.mp4    

      I thus need to reduce the strings of type    'Frása an Lae - Lá276  Phrase of the Day - Day 276'    in the right-hand set of columns, to   'Lá276' .

      As it is not possible to highlight only the right-hand set of colums, I cannot restrict the range of changes accordingly, to that column. Or is there a way to do that?

      I need to somehow delete (replace with a null-string) the characeter string 'Day nnn' in all lines, although the number, nnn, varies. Is there a way to do that, with or without a cllp?

      I would dearly appreciate any help.

      Bruce
    • Marcelo Bastos
      ... Simple regex case. Replace Frása an Lae - Lá( d+) Phrase of the Day - Day d+ .mp4 Frása an Lae - Lá d+ Phrase of the Day - Day d+ .mp4 with
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 26, 2013
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        Interviewed by CNN on 26/02/2013 09:49, bruce.somers@... told the world:
        > I've run into a new problem that I think may be solvable using regular expressions.
        >
        > Out of
        > Frása an Lae - Lá276 Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4 Frása an Lae - Lá276 Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4
        > Frása an Lae - Lá277 Phrase of the Day - Day 277.mp4 Frása an Lae - Lá277 Phrase of the Day - Day 277.mp4
        > Frása an Lae - Lá278 Phrase of the Day - Day 278.mp4 Frása an Lae - Lá278 Phrase of the Day - Day 278.mp4
        >
        > I need to producea a file with lines
        > rename "Frása an Lae - Lá276 Phrase of the Day - Day 276.mp4" Lá276.mp4
        > rename "Frása an Lae - Lá277 Phrase of the Day - Day 277.mp4" Lá277.mp4
        > rename "Frása an Lae - Lá278 Phrase of the Day - Day 278.mp4" Lá278.mp4
        >
        > I thus need to reduce the strings of type 'Frása an Lae - Lá276 Phrase of the Day - Day 276' in the right-hand set of columns, to 'Lá276' .
        >
        > As it is not possible to highlight only the right-hand set of colums, I cannot restrict the range of changes accordingly, to that column. Or is there a way to do that?
        >
        > I need to somehow delete (replace with a null-string) the characeter string 'Day nnn' in all lines, although the number, nnn, varies. Is there a way to do that, with or without a cllp?
        >
        > I would dearly appreciate any help.
        >
        > Bruce

        Simple regex case.

        Replace

        Frása an Lae - Lá(\d+) Phrase of the Day - Day \d+\.mp4 Frása an
        Lae - Lá\d+ Phrase of the Day - Day \d+\.mp4

        with

        rename "Frása an Lae - Lá$1 Phrase of the Day - Day $1\.mp4"
        Lá$1\.mp4"

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