24113RE: RE: [Clip] REGEX Search Backward
- Nov 1, 2013
I do not understand how to use your suggestion. Perhaps you can provide an example. Here is what I attempted to do from the bottom of my outline topic text, last character:
^!Find "https?://[^\x20\r\n<>]+" R,I,O,S,B
; R: Specifies that the search criteria represents a regular expression.
; I: Ignores character case.
; O: Only searches in current outline topic.
; S: Silent search. NoteTab will not display any message box.
; B: Searches backwards.How would you rewrite the Find command?My objective is to find the last URL in the topic.
---In email@example.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
One way to do that is to start your search with (?s)\A, which is the beginning of the document. Then, the item you are looking for, then the last item that you are looking 'backwards' from. This is still a search down, only you have anchored it to start at the beginning of the doc and search down to your final term.
I am new to REGEX searchs.
I attempted a REGEX search backwards in an outline topic for any URL, but got a 'could not find, start at the beginning' standard message. The search works great forward. The outline topic has many URLs in it.
Is this an issue with REGEX? Any ideas?
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