Thomas Blasejewicz schrieb am 15.08.2022 um 09:04:
Good afternoon from Japan
Actually, I have asked about this in 2018 and a number of things were
Unfortunately none did solve the problem.
I have a long file with about 3,500 lines (each line = item) looking like:
HKES 良知良能 [りょうちりょうのう] /(n) xxxxxx/
where I would like to replace the "space[" and "]space" with tabs
so that I can import the file into Calc.
However, working with Japanese Windows 10, Japanese keyboard etc.
NOTHING I tried so far
allowed me to enter a \t (=> THIS is supposed to be a backslash) as a
regular expression, telling
the computer to replace the space[ with a tab.
Is there a trick telling the computer to replace any key sequence with a
Because [ and ] are part of the syntax of a regular expression, you need
to use \u005b and \u005d instead.
If the \ is not available on your keyboard, you can insert it in a text
document in Writer by using the character map. It is at decimal 92. Then
bring it to the dialog via copy&paste.
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