|User: Blair Yu -- 2014-08-16 << 1231 1233 >>|
|Type: Text file parser|
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|How to find from an article all words not appeared in a word list? |
I'am wanna easily find the words that i haven't learned when i open the TXT or WORD or PDF documents.
word1 word3 word5
word1 word2 word3 word4 word5
|Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.|
|First of all, prepare a file that contains all words you know, named d:\test\mywords.txt, then: |
1. ctrl-o open the new txt article file
2. ctrl-h open 'replace' dialogue
* uncheck 'print unmatched unit' option.
* set 'search for pattern' to:
* set 'replace with pattern' to:
* set 'if=>' to:
* click 'advanced' tab, set 'run following at the beginning of replace' to:
3. click 'replace', all new words will be found
4. ctrl-s save to result to a new file, such as newwords.txt
* in step 2, please use double backslash as folder delimiter such as d:\\test\\mywords.txt.
* the mywords.txt can be any english text file with any free format, for example: "This is for test, that is also for test." is equivalant to "This, is, for, test, that, also"
Screenshot 1: Replace_Window
Screenshot 2: Replace_Advanced_Window