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pietzcker wrote:Of course, you could (if that works for you) create a macro that first jumps to the top of the file, inserts some special characters there (like "ÿÿÿ") and then searches for "^ÿÿÿTest A". Depends on what you want to do with the result. And don't forget to remove those characters again when you're done
that the negative look behinds are not currently supported in UltraEdit's Perl Regular Expressions
pietzcker wrote:In your case, yes. But generally, negative lookaround does work in UE. E. g. (?<!Foo)Bar will match Bar but won't match the Bar in FooBar. Just an issue with line breaks, it seems.