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Old 06-02-2009, 02:41 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Fellball View Post
Beim Notepad++ hatte ich das gleich:
suche nach:

([a-z])</p><p>([a-z])

esetze mit:
\1" "\2

Kennst du eine solche Funktion im UEDIT?
Benutze leider schon eine ganze Weile kein UltraEdit mehr aber wenn ich mich recht entsinne wre die Syntax im Replace da: ^1" "^2 oder auch /1" "/2. (Bitte nicht drauf festnageln, bin mir nicht ganz sicher)

Irgendwo kann man im UltraEdit auch "Unix Regular Expressions" aktivieren, dann ist die Syntax genau wie bei Notepad++-.
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