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On 27 October 2013 19:24, Brian Barker <> wrote:

If you want to refer to the entire matched string using $1, you must use
(\d*) as your search string.  But - easier than that - you can always refer
to the entire matched string using the ampersand: & (or you can use $0).  In
that case the parentheses are unnecessary in the search string: you would
search for \d* and replace with &\t.


I trust this helps.

Indeed. Many thanks.

T. R. Valentine
A rich heart may be under a poor coat.

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