Re: [Clip] Dialog for processing Perl RegExp Replacements on open documents
- Sheri wrote:
> Hi Larry,Yeah, I know.
> I definitely empathize, I'm almost over something that has lasted nearly
> two weeks. Perl in "24 hours"? LOL. SAMS also has a 3 week teaching book.
>> One suggestion, when the Global option is checked is is supposed to do</snip>
>> all documents? I would hesitate to default that to on, just in case.
> The global option is just the regexp global modifier. If unchecked, only
> the first matched text within each unit is replaced. Might want to play
> with the different settings to learn how they work. Make a document that
> looks like this:
> At this point the process only operates on the current document, so haveOK got it.
> no fear.
For those interested the PTK gui to work with Ntab, I just ran across another source of info for that and also for Perl too, their tutorials section of perlmonks
- At 03:50 PM 2/11/03 -0800, you wrote:
>For those interested the PTK gui to work with Ntab, I just ran across another source of info for that and also for Perl too, their tutorials section of perlmonks
Are you finding a bit more time for this stuff? You gave some ideas before, and different pieces are starting to work, so I'm getting pretty excited about it :D
One thing is clear, it would probably help alot to know how to use the debugger effectively. I tried single stepping with it and it was so busy reporting activity from various modules that it didn't seem to tell me anything useful about my code.