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  • Sheri, thanks. Looks good. ----- Original Message ----- From: Sheri To: ntb-clips@^$1 Sent: Friday, October 23, 2009 4:48 PM Subject: [Clip] Re: Migration from NoteTab Pro 4.95 --- In ntb-clips@^$2, "rh00112000" wrote: > > I have been dragging my feet on upgrading NoteTab Pro from 4.95 > because I have MANY clips and Regex lines of code and am afraid > many will not work correctly...
    Roy & Nancy Oct 23, 2009
  • I have been dragging my feet on upgrading NoteTab Pro from 4.95 because I have MANY clips and Regex lines of code and am afraid many will not work correctly. Has anyone put together a Migration list or Gotcha list? Thanks, Roy
    rh00112000 Oct 23, 2009
  • I can't seem to be able to delete the trailing parenthesis from Item below. I am trying using 3 ways, but none work. Please help, Roy ^!Set %Item%=xxxx" ^!Set %Length%=^$StrSize(^%Item%)$ ^!Set %x%=" ^!continue Item=^%Item%,Length=^%Length%,x=^%x% ^!If ^$StrIndex(^%Item%;^%Length%)$ =\" ^!Set %Item%=^$StrDelete(^%Item%;^%Length%;1)$ ^!If ^$StrIndex(^%Item%;^%Length%)$ =" ^!Set...
    rh00112000 Oct 20, 2009
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  • This will do it if there are always 3 blanks before the part you want to keep. ^!REPLACE "^.*\"\>\b\b\b" >> "" ritswa Roy ----- Original Message ----- From: "gunnisonbirder" To: Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 2:24 PM Subject: [Clip] removing characters at the beginning of a line >I have been tossing this around for about 4 hours now. Couldn't find > a solution when I searched...
    Roy Herring Dec 14, 2005
  • Thanks Hugo, Your idea was excellent. The solution was to indent all lines by 9 spaces and then use the following regex to unindent the lines with the dates: ^!REPLACE "\b\b\b\b\b\b\b\b\b{In\b\d\d\d\d\,\b}" >> "\1" ritswa Roy ----- Original Message ----- From: "Hugo Paulissen" To: Sent: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 6:14 PM Subject: Re: [Clip] Help with Regex > Roy, > > Another way of...
    Roy Herring Dec 14, 2005
  • Don, I tried various versions of the following 2 commands, but no results. ^!REPLACE "{[^In [0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9] ]}" >> " \1" ritswa ^!REPLACE "{[^In [0-9]{4}, ]}" >> " \1" ritswa Input: In 1999, Jochen J. Brocks and colleagues published their discovery of fossil molecular lipids which push back the horizon for eukaryotes to around 2.5 billion years ago. In 1999, Paul A. Moore and...
    Roy Herring Dec 13, 2005
  • Does anyone know of a regex expression that will indent all lines that do NOT start with the word In, followed by a space, followed by a year, followed by a comma and space. Thanks, Roy Input: In 1999, Jochen J. Brocks and colleagues published their discovery of fossil molecular lipids which push back the horizon for eukaryotes to around 2.5 billion years ago. In 1999, Paul A...
    Roy Herring Dec 13, 2005
  • Al, This will work on your next doc even with trailing white spaces. ^!REPLACE "{[.!?]}\b*$" >> "\1\n" ritswa Roy ----- Original Message ----- From: "acantley5" To: Sent: Monday, June 06, 2005 7:57 AM Subject: Re: [Clip] RegExp For Formatting Paragraphs > Roy, > > Your expressions worked for some paragraphs but not for those that > end with the ., !, or plus white space? It worked...
    Roy Herring Jun 6, 2005
  • Al, try this: ^!REPLACE "{[.!?]}$" >> "\1\n" ritswa Input: XX. YY XX! YY XX? YY Output: XX. YY XX! YY XX? YY Roy ----- Original Message ----- From: "acantley5" To: Sent: Sunday, June 05, 2005 7:30 PM Subject: [Clip] RegExp For Formatting Paragraphs >I receive email that is not formatted properly and I need a regular > expression to clean it up somewhat. All lines are paragraphs AND...
    Roy Herring Jun 5, 2005
  • To delete the words with the "-" sign preceding them, use: ^!REPLACE "(^\-.*\n)+" >> "" rwsati To delete the URL links, use: ^!REPLACE "(^.*www\..*\n)+" >> "" rwsati Good luck, Roy > > > How do I delete the words with the "-" sign preceding them ? > > one > two > three > four > five > -six > -seven > -eight > nine > -ten > > They must be deleted completely, (newlines) like: > > one...
    Roy Herring Feb 17, 2005