Replace 0 with 0.000
I have weather data to use for simulation. In that data, I want to replace only 0 in a single line to 0.000 such as
I tried several ways but it select 0.221 also, but I no need to select this. only need to select 0 in a single line without a decimal.
Under the assumption that you literally mean just 0 => 0.000, and nothing else; and under the assumption that the numbers always start at the beginning of the line, like you showed in your example data:
- FIND =
- REPLACE =
- Search Mode = regular expression
^means “beginning of line”. The
0is a literal character. And
(?!\.)says “only if the next character is NOT a literal decimal point”.
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@PeterJones Thanks, it worked and solved my issue.
It really saved my time.