line jumping



  • if i have one txt with multiple line like this

    dangsjceamkales@gsnail.com:c6718e7c
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    how to jump from mail:characters to another mail:characters ?
    ok put @ on find, but if i have @ on some line text (repeated times) it is not the same as going from one email to another… suggestion?



  • i have already find solution:
    on find: \S+?@\S+?.\S+
    cheers



  • Hi, @pinuzzu99,

    I think htat you can shorten your regex to ^.+@\S+, which acts in a similar way ;-))

    Best regards

    guy038



  • ok, tanxs for your post!
    Regards


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