Search two or more phrases in one single line
Example i have a log file with a line with this contents
2020-12-10 01:01:48 126.96.36.199 EG12S009\7306 FTPSVC2 EG12S009 - 10.45.13.4 21 STOR AP_7306202012100200.lck 226 0 0 66 47063747 19469 90d40aa2-936c-424f-a1e2-63141adfa8f2 /Qdisplay/AP_7306202012100200.lck -
To finding this line i want to search for “STOR AP_7306” and “188.8.131.52”
How todo within Notepad++
Thanks for responding…
To clarify, do you want to
- Find all lines that have both, in the order you listed
- Find all lines that have both, in either order
- Find all lines that have at least one of those two words
Are you going to want to
- Just easily go to that line using “find next”
- highlight one or both of the matching words on that line
- bookmark all the lines that match
- do some sort of “replace” operation that you haven’t told us about
- delete all the lines that match
- delete all the lines that don’t match
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For this one, I’d go with the simplest explanation possible based upon what was provided, and let the OP sort it out from there.
search mode: regular expression
to extend to “or more”, do it like this:
perhaps you can see the pattern in the “orMore” stuff?