(RE) tool for replacing caracters in a list of files

Subject: (RE) tool for replacing caracters in a list of files
From: "Peter Ring" <prc -at- prc -dot- dk>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 09:44:46 +0200

Marie-Francoise Godard asked:

> I have heard about a good tool and not expensive also on this list
some months ago.

> This was a utility that was abble to search and replace caracters
in many files at the same time.

> I can't retrieve it on the archive.

> If you have any idea, please, let me know.

My HTMLCleanUp 1.1 can do that on all text type files like .HTM,
HTML and .TXT. In HTML files search-and-replace strings, special
characters like ASCII >127 are as default converted to "&xxxx;" tags
(may be de-selected). For further information and downloading a 30
days fully workable free demo, see http://www.prc.dk/software/hcu-
descr.htm.


Greetings from Denmark

Peter Ring
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