filter command and "not" wildcards

andu undo at cloud9.net
Wed Dec 5 15:37:01 EST 2001


Tom wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I love the filter command and keep trying to make it do more.  I would
> now like to use it to "find" all lines that do not contain a certain
> item.  Specifically filtering for the following string "*       3       *"  will find
> any line that has a 3 as the second item (item delimiter defined as a
> TAB), but I can't get a string to work that will "find" all lines using
> the following syntax:
> "*      [^3]    *".  Also, is there some type of syntax that will not find
> words like the [^chars] will not find characters?  There are no examples
> of this in the "Regular Expressions Syntax" section.  Thanks.

Look up "matchText()"

> 
> Tom Seibert
> 
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