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hello,

Im doing a find/replace using regular expresions on visual studio .net

I need to find a regexp or a tool to do this(not code)

before: AnyText("AnyText(" & i & ")", True)

after: AnyText("AnyText(" & i & ")", Test(i), True)

and

before: AnyText("AnyText(" & i & ")")

after: AnyText("AnyText(" & i & ")", Test(i))

thank you
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replace Test with Anytext...
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s_sansanwal earned 375 total points
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I think same question by you is already open and seems to be answered correctly.

Ironically, there is no tool that would be customised to your specific requirement. Most of tool would parse
AnyText("AnyText(" & i & ")")
to give required output but its you who has to append Test(i), True) or Test(i)) to the output

The best solution is to create a window form based on eternal_21 reply is your previous question
Thats way it would be a tool created by you for your purpose.

Cheers,
S Sansanwal
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by:testn1
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ok i'll try that... i posted it again b/c i wanted the regexp excatly.. thanks..
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