Advanced Search and Replace

replace_demo  Replace_text_in_multiple_files 
Advanced Search and Replace Features:
* Supports regular expression and multiple line search and replace
* Can search and replace text in multiple files
* Can add,delete,insert text or cut and reorganize the matched strings
* Can apply variables like "line_no" or "word_no" on the matched strings
* Can apply functions like "reverse","uc(uppercase)","sort" on the matched strings
* Can replace whole word,line or paragraph that containing searched strings
* Can make multiple search and replace in one time by providing multiple rules
* Every operation is automatically recorded into script, can modify and re-use

Column Exchange - Advanced Search and Replace

Example

Reverse order the 2,3,4,5 words of each line.

Advanced search and replace

Procedures:

1) ctrl-o open source text file

2) ctrl-h open 'replace' dialog

3) set 'Replace Unit' to 'Line'

4) set 'Replace with pattern' to '$match[1,5,4,3,2,6..]'

5) click 'Replace', the column 1,2,3,4,5,6 will be changed to 1,5,4,3,2,6


Line Merge - Advanced Search and Replace

Example

Join every 3 lines into one line

Advanced search and replace

Procedures:

1) ctrl-o open source text file

2) ctrl-h open 'replace' dialog

3) set 'Unit number filter' to '!3<3>'

4) set 'Search for pattern' to '\n'(\n means newline)

5) set 'Replace with pattern' to nothing

6) click 'Replace', all line breaks except 3,6,9,12,... will be removed

Notes:

3<3> means 3,6,9,12,...(start from 3, step is 3).

!3<3> means 1,2,4,5,7,8,10,11,(not 3,6,9,12,15,...)

Advanced Text Sort - Advanced Search and Replace

Example

Sort all lines by the value of second word

Procedures:

1) ctrl-o open source text file

2) ctrl-h open 'replace' dialog

3) set 'Replace with pattern' to "sort_by_word($match,2,2,'num')"

4) click 'Replace', all lines will be sorted by the value of second word

Example

Sort all words by the length

Procedures:

1) ctrl-o open source text file

2) ctrl-h open 'replace' dialog

3) set 'Replace with pattern' to "join(' ',sort { length($a)<=>length($b) } split(' ',$match))"

4) click 'Replace', the text will be sorted by the value of second word

Notes:

For batch replace files, please refer to Replace Pioneer help manual.


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