Re: [Clip] Is ^c a token?
- Hi Piotr,
>> ^C = Carriage-return ($0D)It didn't. It was looking at it from the RegExp point of view
> How come, when NTP recognized it?
and not as a CR. So it was seeing "consummables" at the
beginning of a line because you had ^consummables as the RegExp
search criteria. It acts the same way with the ^t and ^p tokens.
They are treated as RegExp when the "R" option is used and
ignored as tokens. That is why I only posted the three Clips
last night to show they worked for what you were trying to do.
When you want a new line or tab, then use the expressions \n and
\t instead respectively. That is the way I understand it anyway.
You can write the same thing different ways like these:
^!Find "^pconsummables" I
^!Find "^consummables" RI
^!Find "^[c]onsummables" RI
^!Find "\nconsummables" RI
^!Find "\n[c]onsummables" RI
^!Find "\n(c)onsummables" RI
If there is a two space indent:
^!Find "^ consummables" RI
^!Find "^\s\sconsummables" RI
This finds print on a new line:
^!Find "^pprint" I
^!Find "^print" RI
^!Find "\nprint" RI
And this Tab
^!Find "^ptab" I
^!Find "^tab" RI
^!Find "\ntab" RI
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