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RE: [Clip] Find ^P, without >

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  • Don Strack
    Don Daugherty wrote ... I created a new clip and ran it against a copy of my file in which I manually added some ^P without , which is what I want to find. I
    Message 1 of 7 , Feb 13, 2006
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      Don Daugherty wrote

      > Are you using ^p as the Notetab representation of a
      > "carraige-return", or End-of-Line (EOL)? If so try this (on
      > a COPY of your file of course!):
      > ^!Replace "[^>]\n" >> "" WARS

      I created a new clip and ran it against a copy of my file in which I
      manually added some ^P without >, which is what I want to find. I changed
      the Replace to Find, and the new clip did not find the known examples.
      Thanks for your suggestion.

      Don Strack
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