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Edit Macro command

The Edit Macro command allows a new macro to be created and edited or an existing macro that has previously been generated with this command or with the Macro Record command to be edited.

 

In many cases, it is easier for the user to generate the macro by recording it with the Macro Record command and then to edit it if necessary.  The learning curve is less with this approach.

 

Commands

A macro is a series of commands that may later be played back automatically to modify the file.  The left hand side of the dialog shows the current macro being edited and an editable window containing the commands that make up the macro.

 

The commands in the macro must be one of the predefined commands.  These predefined commands are shown on the right hand side of the dialog.  If the mouse is double clicked on the command it is automatically added to the macro, or clicking on the arrow to the left of the commands will add it to the macro.

 

Parameters

Many of the commands have numeric parameters.  The numeric parameters are quite obvious, such as "GotoLine # #" or "GotoPage #".  However, some of the commands such as Find and Replace, Sort etc. have additional parameters that are not numeric.  These additional parameters are listed below the command list for easy selection.

 

Creating a New Macro

To create a new macro from this dialog click the New Macro button.  This displays the Macro Definition dialog allowing you to define the macro name and hot key if required.

 

When this new macro is created, four macro commands are automatically added to the macro:

 

- Insert Mode or OverStrike Mode

- ColumnModeOn or ColumnModeOff

- HexOn or HexOff

- UnixReOff or UnixReOn or PerlReOn

 

These four commands are added based on the current state of the editor.  The purpose is to establish a known state each time the macro is played.  If a macro is recorded in one mode and played back in another the results may be unpredictable.  Establishing the mode at the beginning of the macro helps to ensure the expected results are achieved.  These commands may be modified as required.

 

Once a macro has been created, it may be edited.  Please note, that "^c" and "^s" may be used with many macro commands and will be replaced with the contents of the clipboard (^c) and the text currently selected (^s) when used.  This allows users to record a macro that may reference a specific string and replace this with one of these two items to allow the string to be dynamically "specified" as the macro is run.

 

Modifying The Macro

To modify the macro, commands may be typed directly into the macro edit box or selected from the command list.  Commands are not case sensitive but must be spelled exactly as shown in the command list.

 

The table below shows the commands that may be added to any parameters:

Commands

Parameters*

Description

""

 

Insert text between the quotes (""). The closing quote must be the last non-space character on the line. The characters to be inserted may cross multiple lines. To insert a quote ("), place it as needed in the text being inserted and ensure the last character is also a quote. To insert just one quote character (") the line should look like this:  
  
"""  
  
To insert a new line, add a line between the open quote and close quote. To insert two lines with 1 and 2 at the beginning of the lines the command should be as follows:  
  
"1  
2"

AnsiToOem 

 

Convert file from ANSI to OEM

ASCIIToUnicode

 

Convert file from ASCII to Unicode

ASCIIToUTF8

 

Convert file from ASCII to UTF-8

Bottom

 

Jump to end of file

CancelSelect

 

Clears any selection in active document

ClearClipboard

 

Clear the contents of the active clipboard within UltraEdit

Clipboard 

Clipboard number (0-9) 

Select the specified clipboard 0 = Windows clipboard and 1-9 specifies user clipboards

CloseFile

Blank (no parameter)  
Save
  forces the file to be saved before closing  
NoSave
  closes the file without prompting if the file should first be saved

Close the active file

ColumnCenterJustify

 

Center justify selected columns

ColumnCut 

Numeric value of columns to cut

Cut in column mode the selected columns or the specified number of columns from current cursor position to bottom of the file. Value "0" must be used to cut the selected columns.

ColumnDelete

Numeric value of columns to delete

 

Delete in column mode the selected columns or the specified number of columns from current cursor position to bottom of the file. Value "0" must be used to delete the selected columns.

ColumnInsert 

String in quotes ("")

Insert string between quotes into selected columns

ColumnInsertNum

start number  
increment   
LeadingZero
(optional) 
HEX
(optional)

Insert number in selected columns.  For example to insert a number starting with number 20 with an increment of -1 (= decrement by 1) with leading zeros in hexadecimal notation at the current column on every selected line or from current line to last line following command must be used:

ColumnInsertNum 20 -1 LeadingZero Hex

ColumnLeftJustify 

 

Left justify selected columns

ColumnModeOff 

 

Turn the column mode off

ColumnModeOn 

 

Turn the column mode on

ColumnRightJustify 

 

Right justify selected columns

CommentAdd

 

Insert the line comment string as defined in the syntax highlighting language used to highlight the current file at start of every selected line or the current line if there is no selection. This command has no affect on a file not highlighted with a syntax highlighting language or when the language has no line comment definition. The cursor position does not change and the selection remains.

CommentRemove

 

Remove the line comment string as defined in the syntax highlighting language used to highlight the current file at start of every selected line or the current line if there is no selection. This command has no affect on a file not highlighted with a syntax highlighting language or when the language has no line comment definition. The line comment string must be at start of the line (column 1) without preceding whitespace. A line comment string after one or more spaces or tabs is ignored and not removed. The cursor position does not change and the selection remains.

CommentSelectionAdd

 

Insert the "block comment on" string at start and the "block comment off" string at end of a selection as defined in the syntax highlighting language used to highlight the current file. If nothing is selected on execution of the command, both strings are inserted at current cursor position. This command has no affect on a file not highlighted with a syntax highlighting language or when the language has no block comment definition. If the selected block contains already a block comment and the language does not support nested blocks comments, command CommentAdd is automatically executed instead of this command for inserting the line comment string at start of every selected line if the language supports a line comment. The cursor moves to start of the inserted "block comment on" string and the selection is removed after execution when the block comment strings are inserted.

CommentSelectionRemove

 

Remove the "block comment on" string at start and the "block comment off" string at end of a selection as defined in the syntax highlighting language used to highlight the current file. The command has no affect if nothing is selected on execution of the command. And the command works only if the current selection starts with the "block comment on" string and ends with the "block comment off" string. Whitespace inside the selection before "block comment on" string or after "block comment off" string are not ignored and result in not removing the block comment strings. The cursor moves to start of the selection and the selection is removed after execution when the block comment strings are removed.

Copy 

 

Copy selected text to the clipboard

CopyAppend 

 

Copy selected text and append it to the clipboard

CopyFilePath 

 

Copy the active file path/name to the clipboard

Cut 

 

Cut the selected text from the file to the clipboard

CutAppend 

 

Cut the selected text from the file and append it to the clipboard

DecodeBase64

 

Converts the selected text from Base64

DecryptFilePrompt

 

Presents the Decrypt File dialog prompting user for the full path of the file to decrypt and the passphrase to be used as the decryption key

DelAllBookmarkLines

 

Delete currently bookmarked lines in active document

DelAllHiddenLines

 

Delete lines currently hidden/folded in active document.

Delete

 

Delete current character or selected text

DeleteLine 

 

Delete the current line

DeleteToEndofLine 

 

Delete from the current cursor position to the end of the line

DeleteToStartofLine 

 

Delete from the current cursor position to the start of the line

DosToMac 

 

Convert the file (line terminators) to MAC format

DosToUnix 

 

Convert the file (line terminators) to UNIX format

DupeLine

 

Inserts duplicate of active line below cursor

Else

 

Else function for an If ... command  
  
IfSel  
...
Else  
do these commands if the IfSel failed.  
EndIf

EncodeBase64

 

Converts the selected text to Base64

EncryptFilePrompt

 

Presents the Encrypt File dialog prompting user for the full path of the file to encrypt and the passphrase to be used for encryption

EndIf

 

Ends the block of instructions controlled by the If... statements

EndLoop

 

End of loop - go back to beginning of the loop - see the Loop command

EndSelect 

 

Stop selecting text (see StartSelect for details)

ExitLoop 

 

Exit loop and go to first command after the loop (after the EndLoop command) - see the Loop command

ExitMacro 

 

Exit macro without processing any additional commands or returning an error

Find 

"" (Search string in quotes)    
AllFiles indicates that search will include all open files (optional)

Ascii
indicates an ASCII search in hex mode (optional, hex mode only)
MatchCase  indicates the search is case sensitive (optional)  
MatchWord  indicates the search string will only match instances that are a complete word (optional)   
PreserveCase
if used the case of the replace string matches the case of the found string, only useful with a following Replace command (optional)
RegExp  indicates a regular expression search (optional)  
Up  indicates search in reverse direction (optional)  
SearchInColumn  indicates search should be restricted to specified columns (optional).  The next two parameters must be the numbers for the starting and the ending column.  The column numbering starts with "0" (start of line).  The ending column can have the value "-1" which means end of line.   
Select  indicates the text should be selected from the current selection/position to the end of the search target 
SelectText  indicates that search will be restricted to currently selected text (optional)

Find the string in quotes "" based on the parameters specified.

Some examples:

Find a single alphabetic character in any case:

Find RegExp "[A-Z]"

Find a single alphabetic character in upper case only:

Find MatchCase RegExp "[A-Z]"

Find a single character which is NOT 'a' or 'A' or CRLF (UltraEdit syntax):

Find RegExp "[~a^p]"

Find a single character which is NOT 'a' or LF (Unix/Perl syntax):

Find MatchCase RegExp "[^a ]"

FindInFiles

"" (Initial Directory string in quotes)
"" (In Files/Types string in quotes)
"" (Search string in quotes)   
DisplayLinesDoNotMatch
 limits output to lines not matching the search string  (optional)  
FavFiles
  if used the search is restricted to files specified under Favorite Files in the File menu (optional)  
IgnoreHiddenSubDirs
  if used the search will skip over subdirectories defined as "hidden" in the Windows file system  (optional)  
MatchCase
  indicates the search is case sensitive (optional)  
MatchIfNotFound
  if used the search will return files which do NOT include the specified search string (optional)  
MatchWord
  indicates the search string will only match instances that are a complete word (optional)  
OpenFiles
  indicates the search should be limited to files currently opened for editing (optional)  
OpenMatchingFiles
  if used causes all files matching search parameters to be opened in editor (optional)  
OutputWin
  if used returns output of search to output window; if not used output is returned to a new edit window (optional)
ProjFiles
  if used the search is restricted to files specified as part of the active project (optional)
Recursive
  if used the search will continue through all subdirectories of the specified search directory (optional)
RegExp
  indicates a regular expression search (optional)  
SolFiles
  if used the search is restricted to files specified as part of the active solution (optional, only UEStudio)
Unicode
  if used the specified search string will be interpreted as multi-byte Unicode string and a Unicode find is executed (optional)
UseEncoding  if used the specified number will be used to determine the encoding used for the search string (optional)

Searches through specified files to find the string in quotes "" based on the parameters specified.  The format must be as follows:

FindInFiles BoldParameters "Initial Directory" "Files/Types" "Search String"

For example:

FindInFiles OutputWin "c: emp est" "*.html" "home"

The Recursive parameter is ignored when the search is in all open files, project files or solution files.

The initial directory and the file/type arguments should be empty strings "" when using FavFiles, OpenFiles, ProjFiles or SolFiles.

FromEBCDIC

 

Convert text from EBCDIC format

GetString 

String in quotes ("") used in the prompt dialog

Prompts the user for a string that is inserted in the file at the current location. The "prompt" is the prompt or question that is displayed to the user when the macro is run

GetString "What country do you live in?"

GetValue 

String in quotes ("") used in prompt dialog

Prompts the user for a value that is inserted in the file at the current location. The "prompt" is the prompt or question that is displayed to the user when the macro is run.  
  
GetValue "How old are you?"

GotoBookMark

Index of bookmark to jump to or -1 to go to next bookmark

Jump to the next/specified bookmark. The indexes start with 0. If a user enters an index that is greater than the actual number of bookmarks then caret is automatically set to the next bookmark like when using -1 as bookmark number.

GotoBookMarkSelect

Index of bookmark to jump to or -1 to go to next bookmark

 

Jump to the next/specified bookmark and select text from the cursor position to bookmark. The indexes start with 0. If a user enters an index that is greater than the actual number of bookmarks then caret is automatically set to the next bookmark like when using -1 as bookmark number.

GotoEndOfNextWord

 

Jump to end of next word

GotoEndOfNextWordSelect

 

Jump to end of next word and select all text from current caret position

GotoEndOfPrevWord

 

Jump to end of previous word

GotoEndOfPrevWordSelect

 

Jump to end of previous word and select all text from current caret position

GotoLine

Numeric value of line and column number to jump to

Jump to the specified line and column number. Use line number 0 to jump to the specified column in the current line.

GotoLineSelect 

Numeric value of line and column number to jump to

Jump to specified line number and column number and select text from cursor position to line/column. Use line number 0 to jump to the specified column in the current line while selecting text.

GotoPage

Numeric value of page to jump

Jump to specified page number

GotoPageSelect 

Numeric value of page to jump

Jump to specified page number and select text from cursor position to page number

HexDelete

Numeric value specifying number of bytes to delete

Delete the specified number of bytes from the file

HexInsert 

Numeric value specifying number of bytes to insert

Insert the specified number of bytes (spaces) into the file

HexOff 

 

Turn Hex mode off - switch to text mode

HexOn 

 

Turn Hex mode on

HideShowCollapseAll

 

Collapse all foldable lines in active document

HideShowExpandAll

 

Expand all folded/collapsed lines in active document

HideShowSelection 

 

Hide the selected lines, or if hidden, show the lines hidden at the line of the cursor

IfCharGt 

"character" or number

This checks if the current character at the cursor position is greater than the specified character or number specified. The check against a number is not to check the value of a string but the value of the underlying character.  
  
IfCharGt " "  
... do these commands if the current character is greater than a space.  
...
EndIf  
  
IfCharGt 32  
... do these commands if the current characters decimal value is greater than 32 - a space.  
...
EndIf

IfCharIs

"string" or number

This checks if the current character at the cursor position is in the specified string, or matches the decimal number.  
  
IfCharIs "xyz"  
... do these commands if the current character is x, y, or z.  
...
EndIf  
  
IfCharIs 34  
... do these commands if the current character is decimal value 34 - a double quote.  
...
EndIf

IfColNum 

number

This checks if the current cursor position is the specific column number.  
  
IfColNum 10  
... do these commands if the current cursor position is column 10. Column 1 is the first column.  
...
EndIf

IfColNumGt

number

This checks if the current cursor position is greater than the specific column number.  
  
IfColNumGt 10  
... do these commands if the current cursor position is greater than column 10. Column 1 is the first column.  
...
EndIf

IfEof 

 

This checks if the current cursor position is at the end of file.  
  
IfEof  
... do these commands if at end of file.  
...
EndIf

IfExtIs

"string"

This checks if the file extension of the active file matches the specified string. If the extension matches, the condition is satisfied and the macro will execute the steps following the IfextIs statement.  
  
IfExtIs "txt"  
... do these commands if the current file extension is txt.  
...
EndIf

IfFound 

 

This checks the results from the last find command in the macro and will execute the next set of instructions up to an "EndIf" if the last search was successful:  
  
Find "something"  
IfFound  
... do these commands if "something" was found.  
...
EndIf  
  
NOTE - To avoid a "Not Found" message when running the macro, make sure the "Continue if a Find with Replace Not Found" check box is set for the macro properties.

IfFTP 

 

This checks if the current file is a file loaded via FTP/SFTP and not a local/network file.  
  
IfFTP  
... do these commands if the file is an FTP loaded file.  
...
EndIf

IfNameIs 

"string"

This checks if the active filename (not path or extension) matches the specified string. If the name matches, the condition is satisfied and the macro will execute the steps following the IfNameIs statement.  
  
IfNameIs "test"  
... do these commands if the current filename is test (irrespective of the file extension).  
...
EndIf

IfNotFound 

 

This checks the results from the last find command in the macro and will execute the next set of instructions up to an "EndIf" if the last search was NOT successful:  
  
Find "something"  
IfNotFound  
... do these commands if "something" was NOT found.  
...
EndIf 

NOTE - To avoid a "Not Found" message when running the macro, make sure the "Continue if a Find with Replace Not Found" check box is set for the macro properties.

IfSel 

 

This checks if there is currently any selected text within the active file.  
  
IfSel  
... do these commands if "something" is selected.  
...
EndIf

InsertLine

 

Inserts blank line below current cursor position

InsertMode 

 

Change text editing mode to insert mode for characters typed

InsertPageBreak 

 

Insert a form feed/page break character at the current cursor position in the file

InvertCase 

 

Invert the case of selected text

Key

BACKSPACE  
DEL
DOWN ARROW  
END  
HOME  
LEFT ARROW  
PGDN  
PGUP  
RIGHT ARROW  
UP ARROW
Ctrl+END  
Ctrl+HOME
Ctrl+LEFT ARROW
Ctrl+RIGHT ARROW

Insert a key command into the macro. Generally used for navigation in the file and for backspace or delete. The "Ctrl+" modifier may be used as with normal editing to modify the command.  
  
For text input the "" string command is used, not the Key command.

Loop 

#

Loop # times where # is a number. A value of 0 indicates Loop forever.  For example:   
  
Loop 10  
... do these commands 10 times  
...
EndLoop

If the Loop command exists, the application checks for ExitLoop or ExitMacro until an EndLoop command is reached.  If neither of these exist, the macro loop will be limited to one iteration only.

MatchBrace 

 

Find matching brace and select the text between them

MoveLineDown

 

Moves active line down one line from current position

MoveLineUp

 

Moves active line up one line from current position

NewFile

 

Open a new blank file

NextDocument

 

Switch to next file tab document

NextWindow 

 

Switch to next window

OemToAnsi 

 

Convert file from OEM to ANSI

Open 

Filename in quotes ("") 

Open the specified file. The filename must be in quotes. "^s" may be used in the filename. UltraEdit will replace this with the currently selected text in the active window. Likewise, "^c" may be used and UltraEdit will replace this with the contents of the clipboard.

OverStrikeMode 

 

Change text editing mode to overstrike mode for characters typed

Paste 

 

Paste the contents of the clipboard into the file

PerlReOn 

 

Switch regular expressions to Perl compatible style regular expressions

PlayMacro 

Numeric value specifying number of times to play it

Macro name ("") in quotes

Play another macro. Specify the number of times to play the macro first, then the macro name. The macro name must be in quotes and is case sensitive and the macro must already exist.

PreviousBookmark

 

Jump to the previous bookmark

PreviousBookmarkSelect

 

Jump to the previous bookmark and select text from cursor position to bookmark

PreviousDocument

 

Switch to previous file tab document

PreviousWindow 

 

Switch to previous window

ReIndentSelection

 

Re-indents currently selected text in active file

Replace

All  Replace all occurrences.  
AllFiles
  Replace in all open files (requires All).  
SelectText
  Replace in selected text (Requires All).  
Replace String in quotes ("") - String to replace the found string

The Replace command replaces the previously found string with the string specified. This command MUST follow a Find command.  
  
As with the Find string, the replace string must be in quotes. The closing quote must be the last non-space character on the line.  
  
The replace string may cross multiple lines however, if the last non-space character in any line is a quote it will terminate the string. All special characters permitted by the Replace Command are permitted here.

ReplInFiles

"" (Initial Directory string in quotes)
"" (In Files/Types string in quotes)
"" (Search string in quotes)  
"" (Replace string in quotes on the same line as end of search string)
FavFiles
  if used the search is restricted to files specified under Favorite Files in the File menu (optional)  
IgnoreHiddenSubDirs
  if used the search will skip over subdirectories defined as "hidden" in the Windows file system  (optional)  
Log 
 creates a list of changed files in the output window (optional)  
MatchCase
  indicates the search is case sensitive (optional)  
MatchWord
  indicates the search string will only match instances that are a complete word (optional)  
PreserveCase
  if used the case of the replace string matches the case of the found string (optional)
ProjFiles
  if used the search is restricted to files specified as part of the active project (optional)  
Recursive
  if used the search will continue through all subdirectories of the specified search directory (optional) 
RegExp
  indicates a regular expression search (optional)  
SolFiles
  if used the search is restricted to files specified as part of the active solution (optional, only UEStudio)  
Unicode
  if used the specified search and replace string will be interpreted as multi-byte Unicode strings and a Unicode replace is executed (optional)
UseEncoding  if used the specified number will be used to determine the encoding used for the search and replace string (optional)

Searches through specified files to find the string in quotes "" based on the parameters specified and replace this as specified.  The format must be as follows:

ReplInFiles BoldParameters "Initial Directory" "Files/Types" "Search String" "Replace String"

For example:

ReplInFiles "c: emp est" "*.html" "line x
line y" "line y
line x"

The Recursive parameter is ignored when the search is in all open files, project files or solution files.

The initial directory and the file/type arguments should be empty strings "" when using FavFiles, OpenFiles, ProjFiles or SolFiles.

ReturnToWrap 

 

Convert hard returns to word wrap

RunTool 

String in quotes ("") specifying the case sensitive menu name of tool to run

Run a tool. The tool must be configured from Tool Configuration in the Advanced menu.

Save 

 

Save active file

SaveAll 

 

Save all open files

SaveAs 

Filename in quotes ("")

Save the active file as the filename specified. The filename must be in quotes. "^s" may be used in the filename. UltraEdit will replace this with the currently selected text in the active window. Likewise, "^c" may be used and UltraEdit will replace this with the contents of the clipboard.

SelectAll 

 

Select all text in the file

SelectLine

 

Select all text on active line

SelectToBottom 

 

Select all text from the current position to the end of file

SelectToTop 

 

Select all text from the current position to the top of file

SelectWord

 

Select the current word (same as double clicking a word)

SortAsc 

IgnoreCase  Ignore case of characters in the sort.
RemoveDup
  Remove duplicate lines.
RemDupByAllKeys
  Remove duplicate lines where all specified keys match.
RemDupByAnyKeys
  Remove duplicate lines where any specified keys match.
RemKey1
  Sort columns specified for key 1 used when removing duplicates.
RemKey2
  Sort columns specified for key 2 used when removing duplicates.
RemKey3
  Sort columns specified for key 3 used when removing duplicates.
RemKey4
  Sort columns specified for key 4 used when removing duplicates.
Numeric
  Sort based on numeric value, not character order. Cannot be used with Alternate or Locale sort.
Alternate
  Specifies that the sort should use the alternate sort method. With the alternate sort method only a single sort key may be used.
Locale
  Specifies that the sort should be locale specific. Cannot be used together with the Alternate parameter.
Pairs of sort keys
 (numeric values), each value is separated by a space.

Sort the file, or selected text in ascending order.

For example:

SortAsc IgnoreCase RemoveDup Numeric 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SortDes 

IgnoreCase  Ignore case of characters in the sort.
RemoveDup
  Remove duplicate lines.
RemDupByAllKeys
  Remove duplicate lines where all specified keys match.
RemDupByAnyKeys
  Remove duplicate lines where any specified keys match.
RemKey1
  Sort columns specified for key 1 used when removing duplicates.
RemKey2
  Sort columns specified for key 2 used when removing duplicates.
RemKey3
  Sort columns specified for key 3 used when removing duplicates.
RemKey4
  Sort columns specified for key 4 used when removing duplicates.
Numeric
  Sort based on numeric value, not character order. Cannot be used with Alternate or Locale sort.
Alternate
  Specifies that the sort should use the alternate sort method. With the alternate sort method only a single sort key may be used.
Locale
  Specifies that the sort should be locale specific. Cannot be used together with the Alternate parameter.
Pairs of sort keys
 (numeric values), each value is separated by a space.

Sort the file, or selected text in descending order.

For example:

SortDes RemoveDup Locale 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0

SpacesToTabs 

 

Convert (leading) spaces within the file to tabs

SpacesToTabsAll 

 

Convert (all) spaces within the file to tabs

StartSelect 

 

Start selection. This turns the selection mode on. Any cursor movement or positioning will be with selection on and the text is selected. EndSelect will stop the selection mode. The selected text will remain selected until another command causes it not to be selected as with normal editing.

TabsToSpaces 

 

Convert all tabs within the file to spaces

Template

Template number (#) 

Insert the specified template into the file

TimeDate 

 

Insert the time and date into the file at the current location

ToCaps 

 

Capitalize each word in the selected text

ToEBCDIC

 

Convert text to EBCDIC format

ToggleBookmark 

 

Set or remove a bookmark at the current line

ToLower 

 

Convert the selected text to lower case

Top 

 

Jump to top of file

ToUpper 

 

Convert the selected text to upper case

TrimTrailingSpaces

 

Trim trailing spaces from each line of current file

UltraEditReOn 

 

Switch regular expressions to UltraEdit style regular expressions (not Unix)

UnicodeToASCII

 

Convert file from Unicode to ASCII

UnixMactoDos 

 

Convert the active file (line terminators) from Mac/Unix to DOS format

UnixReOn 

 

Switch regular expressions to Unix style regular expressions

UTF8ToASCII

 

Convert file from UTF-8 to ASCII

WrapToReturn 

Column number (#) at which wrap is performed. Zero for the column number indicates the wrap is to occur at the window boundary.

Convert the file from word wrap to hard returns

XMLConvertToCRLF

 

Converts single-line XML text to indented XML format

 

* Where (#) exists in the parameter column a numeric value is to be entered for that parameter. Likewise, where ("") exists in the parameter column a string is to be entered between quotes. The text only describes the meaning of the parameter.   
All string parameters must be the last parameter.

 

 

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