"Find and replace in web sites and code FAST!"Slam-dunk the most challenging code or website edit tasks with TextPipe - a powerful text-processing utility that combines 300+ conversion, translation and filtering operations on multiple text or binary files. Update text using search and replace, which supports perl pattern matching, sounds-like matching, edit-distance matching and search/replace lists. Convert files from foreign computer systems between DOS, Macintosh and Unix line-feed formats. Convert between Unicode formats and 150+ other text encodings such as Japanese Shift-JIS and Chinese BIG5. Split or join files, add or remove lines or columns, remove blanks from the start or end of each line, remove blank lines, remove HTML tags, remove duplicate lines, add line numbers, sort, center or right justify text, word wrap, remap ANSI or Unicode characters, expand or contract tabs, remove backspaces, remove binary characters, pad or truncate or force lines to a predetermined width, generate word lists and much more. Restrict filters to operate in line or column ranges, CSV- or tab-delimited fields, lines that match or do not match a pattern, and search replacements (allowing replacement text to be capitalized etc). TextPipe can be fully automated via the command-line or scripted via a COM interface. Handles files even larger than 2 GB. Full audit logs keep track of the filter lists run, files modified and changes made. More than 100 example filter files are included along with a comprehensive online manual and tutorial. Winner of SIA "Best Application" award. "A text processing utility on steroids"-Win2000 Tips. "Considering the amount of brute work I saved using the TextPipe filtering and automation options, I must recognize that your software is not just a nice addition to a text editor but a daily use tool for any serious web developer. Thank you for the opportunity of using it."-Experimental Magazine
Requirements: 64MB RAM, 15MB free disk space
What's new in this version: New Mainframe Dump filter shows file offsets, EBCDIC hex characters and ASCII equivalents - making it far easier to debug mainframe file conversions when the cobol copybook is out of date.
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