Text file tools or Scrapebox

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  1. ychris

    ychris Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I have a text file that need to remove all the "http://", or any specific character/string, and add a prefix of "domain:" on each line (URL). I remember there is a website a folk shared before but I can't find it now. Anyone know?

    Or anyone know how to do it in Scrapebox?

    Thanks in advance. :30:

    Regards
    Chris
     
  2. 2makemoney

    2makemoney Regular Member

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    Try notepad++ or textpad.

    In notepad ++ you can replace "http://" with "domain:" and it will do the replace you want it.

    In textpad you can remove all "http://". Then just type "domain:" on the first line and drag it down to the last line and it will insert at the beginning of every line.
     
  3. alemar

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    you cannot use the "replace" command on notepad?
     
  4. alemar

    alemar Junior Member

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    I noticed we replied at the same time. But OP does not even need to install notepad++. Any text editor, word, wordpad, or even the simpliet notepad, has the replace command. Does he?
     
  5. ychris

    ychris Regular Member

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    You are right. Stupid me.

    Thanks everyone!