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  • Scott Turchin
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    I have a text editor called NoteTab Pro that I purchased two years ago http://www.notetab.com but even with the script in it to do the mixed case etc, I have to go back and read the commandlines etc for the compiler, too much work, I like the PB editor hehe..

    Scott



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  • Michael Meeks
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    Sorry, I'm the one who made a mistake in reading
    your question correctly.

    Yes it limited in the search/replace options. However,
    you are not limited in using just the PB editor!
    That being said, I never had the need to replace
    complete lines!

    Mike


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  • Michael Meeks
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    Scott,
    If you're talking about the PowerBasic Editor,
    I do huge files all the time! You sure it
    wasn't a slip of the finger ? And also,
    my keyboard is Ctrl-C to copy, Ctrl-V to paste!

    Mike




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  • Scott Turchin
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    Editor Replace command

    Not to be confused with the Replace$ command.


    I had to replace 32 strings, so I highlighted the string to replace, copied the string to replace it with to the clipboard and did Alt-E, Alt-E and ControlV in the "Replace With" box.


    I wanted to replace this string:
    rc = HLLAPI(Func, Buffer, bSize, RetC)
    With this string:
    Call Dword ProcAddr Using HLLAPI(Func, Buffer, bSize, RetC)


    And this is what I got:

    Call Dword ProcAddr Using HLL


    Can I put an enhancement request in for 255 characters or so?

    Thanks

    Scott

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