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0 388 posted 11 years ago by greeneggs614
0 475 posted 11 years ago by silentpro
0 384 posted 11 years ago by silentpro
0 344 posted 11 years ago by garnold
Used to retriev a index, for example to select a item on a combobox with the arrayCollection as dataProvider. Usage: comboBoxNames.selectedIndex = findIndex(arrayColNames, "field_on_array_collection", "value_to_compare_with_field_in_array_coll");...
0 348 posted 11 years ago by msdevweb
1 453 posted 11 years ago by tribal
1 417 posted 11 years ago by Risse
1. You'll need the perl-based rename script http://tips.webdesign10.com/how-to-bulk-rename-files-in-linux-in-the-terminal 2. I'm using Terminal on mac so you might need to change some of your flags
0 534 posted 11 years ago by timberjorge
0 657 posted 11 years ago by lamebollock
From the referenced website: Well, that command speaks for itself "sed" edits "-i in place ( on the spot ) and replaces the word "ugly with "beautiful" in the file "/home/bruno/old-friends/sue.txt"
0 451 posted 11 years ago by bionic
Come modificare i permessi di tutti i files (senza toccare le cartelle) o viceversa
0 361 posted 11 years ago by tuffo19
Searches down the current directory every file whose name matches (case insensitively) {{file_pattern}} for the regexp {{text}}.
0 393 posted 11 years ago by jarnaldich
From: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1169927/using-sed-and-grep-to-search-and-replace
0 423 posted 11 years ago by edeustace
You did a checkout when you really wanted to do an export. Now there are tons of .svn folders in your project, and you need them to go away. Shell scripting to the rescue.
0 615 posted 11 years ago by chrisaiv
-print0 and -0 are used to allow for spaces and other wacky chars in file names
0 378 posted 11 years ago by jfine
-print0 and -0 are used to allow for spaces and other wacky chars in directory names
0 340 posted 11 years ago by jfine
3 460 posted 11 years ago by jamiebrwr
0 464 posted 11 years ago by moonbather
I use this bash oneliner all the time to recursively search for a string in large codebases. I use it when searching for mentions of tables, databases, function definitions, function calls etcetera.\r\n\r\nIt searches through a number of file types (...
1 510 posted 12 years ago by niels_bom
Find column name in all tables of a database
2 587 posted 12 years ago by hairajeshk
0 311 posted 12 years ago by edeustace
So if the ID contains the word Spouse, do x.
1 447 posted 12 years ago by housecor
find files using "find" and piping the output to rm using xargs; 1st argument to find is the search directory (command substituted in this example by `pwd`)
0 392 posted 12 years ago by kentoy
0 424 posted 12 years ago by pflangan
Finds word "AGM" and replace with acronym or abbr title.
2 444 posted 12 years ago by vagrantradio
You can use this SP like that; Exec CleanInjection 'INFECTED WORD','CLEAN WORD' (in use : Exec CleanInjection '<script></script>','')
2 442 posted 12 years ago by emregulcan