Text file parser

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Parse text from many files

Example:

Extract/parse title from many html files and put into one result file

Procedures:

1. Press ctrl-h open "Replace" dialog

(1) set "search for pattern":

<title>(.*)</title>@

(2) set "replace with pattern":

\1\n

(3) Uncheck 'Print Unmatch Unit' option.

(4) At the bottom, Change the symbol ">" to ">> Append" just to the left of the "Output File" window.

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2. Click 'Batch...' button open "Batch Runner" dialog

(1) Click 'Pick files' to select multiple html file for processing

(2) Set output filename from ${FILENAME} to a fixed name like "all_titles.txt".

(3) Click 'Batch Replace'

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All your text between <title> and </title> will be copied and pasted to all_titles.txt

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