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#1 delusion

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Posted 29 December 2011 - 07:09 PM

Hello!
I'm having some troubles here with one text...
Let's say you've got the following words: "bleepingcomputer.com bleepingcomputer.net computer.com bleeping.org sandwich.co.uk" (just example, i don't want to advertise anything). How to separate the "*.net" words from the others? Is there a custom software, or a command in MS Word/Notepad?
Please, help me, it's important for me.
Thanks in advance!

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#2 tdh516

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Posted 31 May 2013 - 12:55 AM

I am assuming that you have a list of websites and you want to sort the .net websites from the others?

 

One easy way of doing it is to put them into a Excel Spreadsheet and use the RIGHT function to copy the last 3 characters into the next column. Once this is done then Sort the 2nd Column by alphabetical order and u have all of your .net's in one group.



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Posted 01 June 2013 - 09:34 PM

Well, you can find a notepad (such as Sublime Text 2) that supports regular expressions, or Regex and then search that way. It should be something like:

*\.net

It should match all of them. 






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