[Clip] Re: Help with Math
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John Shotsky" <jshotsky@...> wrote:
> The double [::] is a 'tag' that another program uses to extractWhich program is that?
> data from this data file after the clip runs on it.
> Now if I could only replace mixed case text with upper, title,That can be done with PowerPro. Like NoteTab, PowerPro uses PCRE.
> capitalized or lower case within my clips. Something like
> `Replace [find string] >> Uppercase$1.
Possibly at the end of processing, your clip would save results to a
file (or put the file text on the clipboard), and then the clip would
run a short PowerPro script to do those remaining Replace-All items
(either from reading a file or the clipboard). Though mostly similar
to NoteTab's replacement processing, PowerPro has a few enhancements.
Powerpro's regex replacement tokens can use T, L or U in front of a
substring (for title, lower or upper case), e.g., "$T1". It also has
the replacement token "$#", for sequential numbering.
There is some info and data for PowerPro described here:
Please send any questions or followup to the ntb-OffTopic group.