At 19:06 24/12/2014 -0700, Constantine Marberg wrote:
Now I started the same procedure for the Greek-German files but...
These files contain too many Greek terms consisting of 2, 3, 4 and
even 5 words. Too many to deal with manually. What would you say? Is
there any possible way to do the job with an expression like the one
you gave me? Can you think of anything? Does it not help that they
are Greek characters at the beginning of the line?
Yup. Try searching for
and replacing with
$1;$2 or $1\t$2
I am not asking you to do the work for me, ...
Oh, I think you did! But no matter. ;^)
I trust this helps.
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