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Notepad/Excel

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by carubull, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. carubull

    carubull Newbie

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    Hey.. not sure what forum to put this in..but I have the following in notepad:

    keyword1,
    keyword2,
    keyword3,
    etc.

    How would I go about combining the keywords so that it reads:

    keyword1, keyword2, keyword3, etc. ?

    Thanks :)
     
  2. SebastianJu

    SebastianJu Power Member

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    Simply. Mark with the cursor the place behind the comma and down one line before the first word. Then choose replace and replace this with maybe a space. After that all enter should be replaced.
    But notice that not every notepad can handle this. Some of them doesnt replace enter. So you need to check some freeware notepads maybe...

    Greetings!
    Sebastian
     
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  3. carubull

    carubull Newbie

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    Hmm.. I ended up doing it in excel with the transpose option. Thanks for help anyways.
    You just copy the text.. right click in an open cell..paste special-->transpose.
     
  4. SebastianJu

    SebastianJu Power Member

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    If still of interest I tested it in some of my editors and Notepad++ did it like I said...

    Greetings!
    Sebastian
     
  5. Cogofwar

    Cogofwar Registered Member

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    In notepad you would have to find+replace the line feeds with spaces.

    However, it won't let you enter a line feed in the "find and replace" prompt. It won't even allow you to do it with pure ascii (line feed is alt+010). I guess you just can't do it in notepad.

    Glad you figured it out in excel anyway.