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  • Hi Don, Let me know if you have a specific question about my patterns, I don't see anything there that should be hard to follow. If a subpattern starts with ?: it makes in non-capturing if that threw you. On 3/29/2011 11:27 AM, Don wrote: > > ^.*?\K\t([0-9,]+)\t(.*\K) > I get nothing found. why does my last \K not work for me? > > Thanks for helping me understand both what you are...
    Sheri Mar 29, 2011
  • Hi Joy, A caret inside a character class negates the character class. Outside of a character class it indicates BOL (beginning of the the line). Avoid making the very first character of a pattern a caret, because NoteTab Pro (but not Std or Lite) sometimes advances the cursor before testing the regex if it is. Sounds like you wanted to match whole lines with one in, so you could do...
    Sheri Mar 29, 2011
  • On 1/28/2011 5:57 PM, mycroftj wrote: > I HOPE this is not something I should easily see. > > I am using NTL 6.2 > > This is the FIND command, not a clip. > I wanted a regular expression to find lines that did not begin with a comma. > > I did NOT mess around with look aheads because I thought ^[^,] would work but each click of the FIND NEXT button finds every character on a line...
    Sheri Jan 29, 2011
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  • On 3/20/2010 12:19 PM, Robb wrote: > I have built libraries that use Perl script to manipulate text > selections within NTP. These libraries are stored in .clb files > (ex: mylib.clb) that can themselves be opened and edited. > Previous to NTP 6.2 once a .clb file was edited and saved the act > of saving would refresh the library ... so for instance if I > added a new clip in the...
    Sheri Mar 20, 2010
  • --- In ntb-scripts@^$1, "tallguy354u1" wrote: > > I am using NoteTabPro 6.2 and can't get a custom built library to reload itself. In past versions of NTP once the .clb was saved to disk the clipbook would reload the changes and update itself. It no longer does this and has also relisted the contents of the library in a clump. Is there any way to reload a library so that the...
    Sheri Mar 20, 2010
  • Hi Eric, Julian allegedly said: >> As explained in our documentation, our customer support service >> does not have the time resources to help you develop regular >> expressions. --- In ntb-scripts@^$1, Eric Fookes wrote: > > Julian is not arrogant! He is following Fookes Software support > policies. Here's a quote from our support page: I don't think it is productive for Julian to...
    Sheri Nov 19, 2009
  • --- In ntb-scripts@^$1, "RudiV" wrote: > > I had to do the Replace option in 3 steps: as I could not figure > out how to embed the CRLF and the end of each line into the find > command) > > 1) Line 2 as: find: 2) Line 3 as: find: releasedate(.*) replace with ABCDEF > 3) Line 4 as: find card_count(.*) replace with ABCDEF > 4) Save as a txt file > 5) Use Notepad to find ABCDEF...
    Sheri Nov 19, 2009
  • --- In ntb-scripts@^$1, "mycroftj" wrote: > > I know that ^(.*\R)(\1)+ will find (sorted) duplicate lines but I want to find lines that only match the first 30 characters. > > I thought ^(.{30})(\1)+ would work, but it does not. > When I do a test and use ^(.{2}) it matches the first two chars on line one, then the next two chars and stops. > > What am I not understanding...
    Sheri Oct 6, 2009
  • --- In ntb-scripts@^$1, "Sheri" wrote: > > Is there an online tutorial somewhere? > > Hmmn, a link that I had for a good tutorial isn't working > anymore. I will see if I can find my copy of the file and if so > will post it in the files area of this group. However, the most > uptodate info on the version of PCRE regex supported by NoteTab > is in the regex.chm file in the NoteTab...
    Sheri Jul 19, 2009
  • --- In ntb-scripts@^$1, "Steve B" wrote: > > I am a complete greenhorn with reg exp so sorry if this has been answered or its a stupid question. > > I want to replace all occurences of > > LOwerCaseletter^PLOwerCaseletter with > LOwerCaseletterSPACELOwerCaseletter > > When i do a save as *.txt of a pdf file the txt shows up as > > This is a really > really long sentence > that...
    Sheri Jul 18, 2009