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Iterate text files to modify a string

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I am in windows 7, I am looking at a way to go through all the text files in a directory or multiple files to modify a string (Search and replace).

Is there some good utilites that is free in Windows I can use.
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EditPlus works great for this.

http://www.editplus.com/download.html

Or do you need to be able to do it in a command-line batch procedure?
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