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On Wed, 28 May 2014 21:32:17 +1000
Keith Bates <> wrote:


I'm in unfamiliar territory, searching a QIF file for a single badly
formatted transaction. I've exported the original moneydance file to
a tab limited file with the thought of searching for a non-numeric
character in the transaction amount column.

The only problem is I can't work out the appropriate Reg. Exp to
search for characters that are not numeric or a "."

You want to find everything that's *not* in a particular set, so...


That's anything that's not zero thru nine or a (literal) dot.

Depending upon the flavour of regexp support, that can also be written
[^[:digit:]\.] or [^\d\.], but the first one I gave works with any


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