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Please help me thanks.

Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by EmailMaster, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. EmailMaster

    EmailMaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I forgot the command using the Find & replace tool to delete everything after a specific character.


    for example asdskahdk:dhdh.com

    I want to delete everything after the : So i want this deleted :)dhdh.com). I forget the command i thought it was *>: but i guess not lol.
     
  2. masterjani

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    In excel use :* in find and leave the replace as empty.
     
  3. popzzz

    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Don't touch the REP!

    It depends mainly on which program you're using.

    As linksmaster pointed out, that would work in excel and 'most' other programs. YMMV

    Enjoy ..... :cool2:




     
  4. StevenJones

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    I don't see this fit into this section at all.
     
  5. Jenny30

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    Depends on the program you are using. Mention about the name of the program you wan to use.
     
  6. popzzz

    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Don't touch the REP!

    If you are using notetab for example it would be:
    regex
    find: "(.*)\r\n" (without quotes)
    replace: "\r\n" (without quotes) (to keep line feeds)
    or
    replace: "" (without quotes) (nothing) (to delete without linefeeds)

    Why do you ask for help and then sit there and not even reply to others trying to help you? :wt:

    Rather rude don't you think!

    Enjoy ..... :cool2:




     
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  7. worldwebsolutions

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    Hmm.. i will give it a try atleast
     
  8. Aaric

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    you got answer but i used abacre Advanced Find and Replace some time.
     
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  9. Sampler

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    Hey EmailMaster,

    I use things like Sublime Text
    2
    to do things like this. It's a great
    free program which can do a lot
    of cool things.

    Sampler
     
  10. popzzz

    popzzz Supreme Member

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    Don't touch the REP!

    Also FWIW you need to use an accurate detailed subject/title line to get the most
    help as well as help OTHERS.

    i.e. "find/replace syntax" or "Help with search/replace" will help you and others for
    years to come.

    REMEMBER, no one is going to be searching for "Please help me thanks". :yield:

    Enjoy ..... :cool2:
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