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  • yshi
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    Re: How to write such reg exp, multiple line match

    It works. Thank you so much.

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  • Chris
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    Re: How to write such reg exp, multiple line match

    Here's how to ignore the text:

    Open the files in the File Viewer.
    Select Tools|Edit Current Rules.
    Go to the Importance tab.
    In the Unimportant Text section, click New.
    Select Delimited as the category type.
    Enter #dependent as the starting and stopping delimiter.
    Click OK until you're back to the main window.

    Make sure View|Ignore Unimportant Differences is turned on to hide the differences that match the rule you just configured.

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  • yshi
    started a topic How to write such reg exp, multiple line match?

    How to write such reg exp, multiple line match?

    Hi, all:

    I need to create unimportant text rule for such lines, begin with #dependent and ends also with #dependent. But I don't know how to define multiple line match for this pattern. Could anyone kindly help me ?

    Thanks a lot
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