- July 14, 2011 at 12:08 am #9467
I know you can use n to match a newline, but how do you match either newline OR EOF ?
I want it to match all lines, including the last line, which have some specific text followed by either newline or EOF. For example, I can use “sometextn”, but this won’t match on the last line.July 14, 2011 at 1:23 am #9469
Search for: sometext$July 14, 2011 at 2:37 am #9475
I didn’t mention it in my original post, but I want to replace the newline, where present. For example, suppose I have three lines:
There is a newline character after “line1” and “line2”, but not after “line3”. I want to use a Find/Replace regex to convert it into the following:
line1A, line2A, line3A
My Find regex would be something like
and the Replace regex would be
but this does not produce want I’m after due to it not matching the last line, so the end result is:
line1A, line2A, line3
That is, no “A, ” after “line3”.
So, I was hoping for a way to match either a n or EOF, and replace the n, but not the EOF (as that’s obviously just a virtual char).July 14, 2011 at 2:51 am #9478
I can’t reproduce what you are claiming in this case.
I’ve tried with both unix-LF and windows-CRLF files.
This Search: ([[:alnum:]]+)n
AString, ANotherString, YetAnotherString, EvenMoreStringJuly 14, 2011 at 2:58 am #9479
Thanks CrashNBurn! The last regex is what I’m after
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