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is there any tool that can do this?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by miedy, Mar 17, 2014.

  1. miedy

    miedy Senior Member

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    id like to mass edit articles on a folder just change a specific word on each of the articles.

    the articles are on a notepad files. 1 article 1 notepad files.
     
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    MafiaBoss Elite Member

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    i am pretty sure there is a python script for this in linux OS.
     
  3. miedy

    miedy Senior Member

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    know windows? or any seo tool??
     
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    Gogol Elite Member

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    Easy with notepad++. Download and install if you don't have it. Get all those articles in a folder -> fireup notepad++ and press CTRL + F -> In the search box, go to the third tab ( find in files). There, locate the folder -> enter the find and replace string and press "replace in files". Hope that helps.
     
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    threonine Newbie

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    If you open all the files with notepad++ you can search and replace in all the documents
     
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    *zap* Regular Member

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    Yes i just can't remember the name right now, ok got it TextMorph
     
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    rideo1988 Newbie

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    In Linux it can be accomplished using sed, so no Python needed, but he says he uses Notepad++ so he's likely to be on Win.