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formatting keywords file to scrapebox format

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ronin28, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. ronin28

    ronin28 Junior Member

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    Ok...so I have file with keywords...around 1000 of them...the problem is that they are in in lines (100 of them), so there is 10 words per line...So if I import them to scrapebox I have 100 keyword lines (like 100 keywords)...and what i need is those 1000 keywords in 1000 separate lines...

    how to do that ?
     
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    chris456 Regular Member

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    There's some string to find and replace like find: [empty space] and replace with \n

    I am not sure about it, but it should work , basicly notepad++ will replace all empty spaces( ) with lines(\n)
     
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    hmm can't find it in n++
     
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    Crazy Jr. Executive VIP

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    In n++ use the "Extended" search mode within the Replace dialog. So what you'd do is find " " or "," or whatever is the delimiter, and in the replace field put "\r\n"
     
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    I didn't remember that exactly , but I knew that somebody have posted this 1 month ago , when I 've asked for this too.
     
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    Yeah, I knew what you meant when I read it. Just clarified it a bit. n++ is pretty powerful. Definitely my favorite text editor.
     
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    I like also UEStudio or Ultraedit , but best manipulation tool is TextPipe (it is not text Editor but it does all those things too with its filters (groups of tasks).
    Biggest difference is just to use it with big files , I work almost always with big files , Notepad++ - UEStudio crashes with 100MB txt file , TextPipe works with more than 10GB files in seconds.(never crashes ) so this simple task in this thread he would do in seconds , Notepad++ would be happy to open 50x smaller file (forget to ask him to do any action).
     
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    Awesome, never heard of TextPipe. I'll check it out.
     
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    I have posted TextPipe Pro here on BHW 2 weeks ago , search for it .
     
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