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  1. How do I replace one existing line with two or more lines?

  2. How do I replace string with special characters?

  3. Can I update multiple files in one process?

  4. Does Qucik Fix replace strings on my local Hard Drive?

  5. How will I know if the action was successful?







  1. How do I replace one existing line with two or more lines?

    Use the Unix newline character which is a lowercase n preceded by a slash: \n

    Here's an example:

    Find: Maple Syrup
    Replace: Maple \n Syrup \n is \n tasty

    Be sure to check the Reg Exp option. The spaces are option in the Replace string.

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  2. How do I replace string with special characters?

    The same way you'd replace any regular string of characters, except you need to escape the special characters with a slash. Special characters include slashes, brackets and braces, colons and semi-colons, the @ symbol, dollar sign and others. For example, here's a PHP include statement that is to be replaced with two new statements on separate lines. Note how the special characters are escaped in the Find string.

    Find: include\('..\/config.php'\)\;
    Replace: include('../confignew.php');\ninclude('../ad_network.php');

    Because we're adding a new line, we need to check the Reg Exp option.

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  3. Can I update multiple files in one process?

    Yes, your entire directory structure is listed. Select all directories you'd like to perform the action on.

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  4. Does Qucik Fix replace strings on my local Hard Drive?

    No, it only works on servers/computers that have Perl installed and a functioning cgi-bin.

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  5. How will I know if the action was successful?

    Quick Fix will return a list of files susccessfully modified which you can then select and load in a browser to see the results.

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