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  • #5695

    yongfa365
    Member

    sometime this is very useful

    #5699

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    yongfa365 wrote:
    sometime this is very useful

    I am not sure exactly what the Match Count is, but the new Word Count plug-in included in Version 7.00.5 allows you to define the number of characters or lines matching specified regular expressions.

    #5703

    yongfa365
    Member

    sometimes when I search a string
    I want to know its Match Count only

    eg:
    str=”我是柳永法 http://www.yongfa365.com
    search d
    Match Count : alert(“3”)

    this is very useful in large file

    the 7.0.0.5 “Word Count” is OK

    However, I search the characters are changed from time to time, if this feature added to the Find / Replace box will be very convenient

    #5706

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    yongfa365 wrote:
    sometimes when I search a string
    I want to know its Match Count only

    eg:
    str=”我是柳永法 http://www.yongfa365.com
    search d
    Match Count : alert(“3”)

    this is very useful in large file

    the 7.0.0.5 “Word Count” is OK

    However, I search the characters are changed from time to time, if this feature added to the Find / Replace box will be very convenient

    I see. Since you are using a macro, there are many built-in functions available within JavaScript and VBScript you can count certain characters.

    #5707

    yongfa365
    Member

    😕
    Macro or “Word Count” all ok I can do it

    However, no integrated directly into the Find / Replace box on the convenience

    #5708

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    yongfa365 wrote:
    😕
    Macro or “Word Count” all ok I can do it

    However, no integrated directly into the Find / Replace box on the convenience

    Then use the macro or “Word Count” plug-in. I don’t know why you want to add another extra feature to the Find/Replace dialog box just to increase the size of the core program “emeditor.exe”. The macro and plug-ins will not bloat the program, but the Find/Replace dialog box will bloat the program.

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