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I am having a tough time with the escapes…
this properly removed the string completely even though I did not escape the double-quotes.
emeditor /fi “<Version=”2.0″>” “c:\temp6\*.xml” /rw “”
this, however, will not replace the string,
emeditor /fi “<Version=”1.0″>” “c:\temp6\*.xml” /rw “<Version=”2.0″>”
I assume there’s some escapes required for the replacement string? Is there any info on what to escape from command line, and when?
I don’t recommend using command line options to do replace. Please use a macro to do the replace.
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