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Posted on 2014-04-10
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Suppose I have a big list within a text file with out commas..
How will I give comma in between..

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B
C
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i do not have any application or nothing I can download for security reasons
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Question by:tonydba
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by:Kimputer
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For ease of you, you really need a program.
Option 1: Advanced editors like Notepad++. Use advanced find & replace:
find: \n\r
replace: ,

Option 2: Copy paste to Word. Record a macro, from the first line, press END, DEL, the "," key, CURSOR LEFT (it should jump to the next line, if not, use CURSOR DOWN, HOME)
Stop macro record, run macro record until the end.

Option 3: VB script (maybe I will provide code later if you really need it)
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by:Dan Craciun
ID: 39991698
You don't need a macro in Word.

Just press CTRL+H (or click on "Replace"), then type ^p in the find box and , in the replace box.
Or, if your file has Unix style endings, type ^l in the find box and , in the replace box.

HTH,
Dan
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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What programs (i.e. text editors) do you have access to?
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by:Praveen Venu
ID: 39993491
Copy this to excel, in the second column add comma and drag to the end row.
Now copy back to notepad.
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by:tonydba
ID: 39994776
I tried with this but now working..
Advanced editors like Notepad++. Use advanced find & replace:
find: \n\r
replace: ,
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
ID: 39994790
You have Unix style line endings.

In find you need: \n
replace with ,
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by:Kimputer
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Sorry, my bad:
it's: \r\n
(But you have to set search mode to Extended, it's in the same window left bottom)
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by:Dan Craciun
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To see the kind of line endings you have, go to View->Show symbol->Show end of line.
notepad    replace
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by:tonydba
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tried with \n
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