Date: Fri, 19 Dec 2008 19:36:17 -0800
Reply-To: Jack Hamilton <jfh@STANFORDALUMNI.ORG>
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From: Jack Hamilton <jfh@STANFORDALUMNI.ORG>
Subject: Re: ISPF for Windows SAS Display Manager
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UltraEdit, bless its little heart, has two different FIND functions,
"Find" and "Find in Files"
"Find" works as Ron describes - it opens dialog box listing all the
lines containing the search text. You can click on a line and the
cursor will move to the line in the editor window, or you can copy all
the lines to the clipboard.
"Find in Files" is similar, but it lists the lines in a docked window
rather than a floating dialog box. It can search in the files you
have open, or in the files in a directory (and optionally files whose
names match a pattern, and files in subdirectories).
It's a powerful combination of features.
Videtis illam spirare libertatis auram
On Dec 19, 2008, at 8:04 am, Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCPHI) wrote:
>> From: Nathaniel.Wooding
>> But, as Ron typed, you can't do an exclude (this hides out
>> all the lines of
>> text) and then do a global find ona string so that the lines
>> with those
>> strings are displayed. I have lobbied the SAS desktop folks for this
>> feature and I urge the rest of the community to do so also. I
>> log onto the
>> mainframe just so I can take advantage of this feature when
>> scanning lists for strings.
> this is one of the text editor functions that
> I Cannot Live Without
> UltraEdit has something really close:
> Find string in all lines
> Found lines show up in a box,
> but cannot be edited as in ISPF
> but they can be saved to ClipBoard
> which, come to think of it,
> is An Improvement, like Slided Bread.
> Ron Fehd the UltraEdit v14.2 maven CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2 at cdc