- ... No solution, just a remark: NoteTab already contains the necessary code. You can Find the opening bracket and with find the matching closing one.Message 1 of 35 , Oct 3, 2010View SourcePaul wrote:
> search a text file for curly delimited brackets,No solution, just a remark:
> that may also be nested.
NoteTab already contains the necessary code. You can Find the opening
bracket and with <Ctrl><M> find the matching closing one. Only I don't
know any clip code function to make use of that capability.
- See? There s always someone ready to apply the rules even when I thought I was doing something harmless?!! sry bout that.. point taken. will visitMessage 35 of 35 , Oct 11, 2010View SourceSee? There's always someone ready to apply the rules even when I thought I was doing something harmless?!! <ahem> sry 'bout that.. point taken. will visit over there.....
--- In email@example.com, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> Paul wrote:
> > I only stiffly object to copied work when it is purported to be
> > ones own work. In the early stages of professional development
> > I advocate reprimand and retraining.
> This is beginning to drift off the topic od clips, My answer certainly
> is, which is why I just posted it to the off-topic list.