jimaultwins at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 15 16:44:02 EST 2009
Caution: wordoffset, replace, regEx
You need to decide what constitutes a word.
ending ending. ending, ending? ending! ending) ending]
ending" ending's ending= (ending)
are all words, so the last word in a phrase or sentence cannot be
matched by wordoffset without a bit of rule checking for punctuation.
The same will apply to regEx since white space/punctuation rules can
On Dec 15, 2009, at 12:56 PM, dunbarx at aol.com wrote:
> Right, thanks to all.
> Chris', your original regex question could better be addressed by:
> on mouseup
> get fld "yourField"
> replace yourtext with "<box>" & yourtext & "</box>" in it
> set the htmltext of fld "yourField" to it
> end mouseup
> This would be fast, and easily extendable, since we are just crunching
> Not that there isn't a good regex solution as well...
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