On 05/02/2013 01:28 AM, Jeffrey Needle wrote:
I'm using the latest build of LibreOffice on a Linux box.
Here's my problem. How do I use regular expressions to find hard carriage
returns at the end of lines? I can find those created by using
shift-enter, using \n, but I don't see anything in the list of regular
expressions that lets me find hard returns. Is there some code that should
be included in the list of regular expressions?
Have you looked at the document with
View> Nonprinting Characters
That shows a lot of the things like the "tab character"and the
"carriagereturn"that is withing the document.
They are not shown as the "slash" format, like the \n, \t, etc..
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