The program will also be very useful in processing XML files, converting
and pre-processing text files, deleting or modifying special symbols or
line breaks, and for editing a large number of web pages and other text
files. With this program, you can quickly fix HTML code, text, and hyperlinks,
and insert new links or transform the design of the entire site.
The program is designed with the following
The programís main menu and defaults are shown above. You can create several
text-processing jobs and run them repeatedly later. A job can contain many
Global search and replace
Search and replace between defined delimiters (identifiers
Search on presence or absence of a specific word
in a selected portion of the text
Replace special characters and line feeds
Insert text before and after a specific delimiter
Insert text between identifiers
Insert based on presence or absence of a specific
word in a selected portion of the text
Insert special characters (CRLF)
Change line feed characters
Delete specific words or special characters
Delete specific words based on presence or absence
of a specific word in a selected portion of the text
Delete or replace line feeds
On the left on the programís main screen is shown the directory path
and a template for files to be processed.
On the right, the table displays the processing rules. The first column
shows the type of action - Replace , Insert, Delete, etc.
In rule-editing mode, you see a form to enter the parameters for the rule.
Everything is obvious here. Enter the text that you wish to find, and the
text with which to replace it, and so forth.
To create a new rule, click on Add.
To edit, click on Change.
To delete, click on Delete.
Save the rule, and it appears in the table of the main form. Save the
job. Next define where you will save the result: overwrite or new file.
In the latter case, define a file-naming template. You can use variables
to create file names.
The rules for including or deleting text are created in an analogous
To search for a text excerpt, the capability of creating identifiers
in the text to be processed has been designed in.
In the program , these fields are called Begin and End.
I.e., you can define that text to be processed is located after the Begin
identifier and before the End identifier.
For example, it is necessary to change the metatags on the HTML pages
for an SEO site. To do this, you set up the replacement of text to be after
the <head> identifier and before the </head> identifier at the end
of the block of text, and then insert the necessary text for the replacement.