Re: find and replace again
Why do you use a regular expression here? You're only changing plain
> ^!Replace "</TITLE>" >> " - Power Tools Software Discussion
>You can use conditional statements, there are many ways to construct
> this works really well but it begs two questions:-
> a) can i run a command that says if </title> follows List, don't
> replace? I wondered about an IF and skip command here.
them; here is a very simple example:
^!Find "</title> followed by List" [options]
^!IfError LABEL1 Else LABEL2
; if "</title> followed by List" is NOT FOUND...
^!Replace "text1" >> "text2" [options]
; executed in these cases:
; 1. "</title> followed by List" is FOUND (LABEL1 is skipped)
; 2. after the replacement in LABEL1
; ("</title> followed by List" NOT FOUND)
> b) I think someone once said I could run a clip without openingthe
> files each time. I've set screen update currently to off whichspeed
> things up but I don't really need the files to open to run thisAs far as I know, there is no way to use SearchDisk in a clip by now.
> script. How does that work?
You could try fiddling with ^!Keyboard CTRL+D and inserting texts in
the fields using #...#
From Help Clip Language - Find / Replace text
"Use the following commands and functions to search or replace text
in the active document..."
Or else you could investigate a function such as StrReplace... You
would have to find a way to find/identify the textstrings you want to
have written to file. Use Clip Language Document Management or Clip
Language - Disk Files for additional information.
Returns a new string with all occurrences of SubStr replaced with
ReplaceStr according to the settings of the CaseSensitive and
WholeWord parameters. Tab and line-break tokens are automatically
converted to their real characters since version 4.6. Example:
^$StrReplace("o";"?";"NoteTab Pro";True;False)$ -> N?teTab Pr?