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171.Advanced search and replace -- How to delete the first word in each line in a text file?

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Description:
How to delete the first word in each line in a text file?
Input Sample:
1 line1
2 this is line2
3 line3
4 line4
5 line5
6 line6
7 line7
8 line8
9 line9
10 line10
11 line11
Output Sample:
line1
this is line2
line3
line4
line5
line6
line7
line8
line9
line10
line11
Answer:
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
1. ctrl-o open source file.     
2. ctrl-h open 'Replace' dialog,     
in 'Replace' window,
* set 'Replace Unit' to 'Line'
* fill in 'Search for Pattern':     

* fill in 'Replace with Pattern': 
 
3. click 'Replace', finish.   

Notes: words($match,2,-1," "," ") means the words from second to last one. Use " " as input delimiter and output delimiter.
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