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Adapting “Find and Replace” functionality to work with Patterns
I was thinking if there is something like Find and Replace (Crtl+F) functionality adapted to work with patterns. Probably not, but it seems possible to create this with some effort and skills in ...
Jun 14 '13 at 9:11
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