If you can >>> understand all the nuances of regular expressions.<< that
quickly you should get Eric to hire you to work on v5 ;-)
Regards ... Alec
---- Original Message ----
From: "" <mfrascinella@...
Sent: 22 August, 2002 16:26
Subject: [Clip] Re: how to use ^!IF to test for one or more conditions?
> Hi Notetabbers,
> Thanks for the help. I thought Sheri's one-liner was the slickest
> solution. I'll use that in a clip for cleaning up text files.
> Once I saw the command, I went to the online help and
>> ^!Replace "^[\s\t]+" >> "" AIRSW