Slam-dunk the most demanding edit duties with TextPipe Engine – a strong text-processing engine that combines 100+ conversion, translation and filtering operations on a number of text or binary files.
Update net web site text employing search and change, which supports perl pattern matching, sounds-like matching and edit-distance matching, and search/change lists loaded from Excel/CSV/Tab files. Convert files from foreign computer techniques in between mainframe fixed-length formats and DOS, Macintosh and Unix line-feed formats.
Filters can split or join files, add or take away lines or columns, eliminate blanks from the begin or end of every line, eliminate blank lines, take away HTML tags, take away duplicate lines, add line numbers, kind, center or right justify text, word wrap, convert in between ASCII and EBCDIC, OEM and ANSI, Unicode and ANSI, remap ANSI or Unicode characters, extract electronic mail addresses, broaden or contract tabs, get rid of backspaces, get rid of binary characters, pad or truncate or force lines to a predetermined width, make word lists and considerably a lot more.
Restrict alterations to line or column ranges, CSV- or tab-delimited fields, lines that match or do not match a pattern, and search replacements (enabling replacement text to be capitalized and so on).
TextPipe can be fully automated by way of a internet page, the command-line or scripted through a COM interface. Handles files bigger than two GB. XML, CSV, tab-delimited or fixed width database extracts can be created employing the database connection filter. Consumer-defined filters can be written in VBScript or JScript. Audit logs keep track of the filter lists run, files modified and alterations produced. A lot more than 200 example filter files are integrated along with a comprehensive on-line manual.
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