Your fave search-and-replace tool

Subject: Your fave search-and-replace tool
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Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2012 13:04:14 -0400

I have Windows 7 and I'm not thrilled with its search interface.

What is your favorite find-and-replace tool, for searching and replacing
text strings in multiple files across a network?

Must be regex-friendly.

Thank you,

[kevin]

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