- Don, It s about KWIC-(KeyWord-In-Context)-concordances. That is: Find a keyword (or a list of keywords) and display it in its context. In my Clip, that contextMessage 1 of 35 , Jan 10, 2007View SourceDon,
It's about KWIC-(KeyWord-In-Context)-concordances. That is: Find a
keyword (or a list of keywords) and display it in its context. In my
Clip, that context is defined as a certain amount of characters
preceding and following the keyword. When executing the Clip, the user
is prompted to enter the amount of characters he wants to see on both
sides of the keyword.
This may look funny, but it's a common tool in Text Retrieval (or
- ... Sheri, thanks - I should have noticed that by myself! With another r n it s perfect now. ... That s it! Those who don t want to remove these spaces mayMessage 35 of 35 , Jan 17, 2007View Source--- In email@example.com, "Sheri" <silvermoonwoman@...> wrote:
>Sheri, thanks - I should have noticed that by myself! With another
> Hi Flo,
> There should only be one difference between the two replace commands
> (inclusion or exclusion of the \b's) but the second one is missing
> the critical \r\n
\r\n it's perfect now.
> You also might want to close up the spaces in the replacementThat's it! Those who don't want to remove these spaces may define a
> clause, they will create extra spaces in the output.
left context with ^!Set %Char_left%, and a right context with ^!Set %
Char_right%=^$Calc(^%Char_left%-2)$ in order to get the same size of
context on both sides.
Thanks again for all the help from Alec and you in developing this
PS Get well soon with your cold!