On 25/12/14 04:55, Constantine wrote:
How can I avoid that? The semicolon or tab should be before the number and
It looks like the match is occurring on glyphs that utilize the Latin
writing system, before you get to German text.
Please tell me this last thing, I really don't know how to.
I'm assuming this is still a text file.
Segregate the material into two files. GREP probably is the easiest tool
File one is words that contain the left hand parenthesis.
File two is words that do not contain the left hand parenthesis.
For the second file, use the regex that you were using.
For the first file, do the search on the left hand parenthesis.
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