|Search and Replace HTML Mode|
|Search and Replace
3.2+ has an 'HTML compatibility mode' that enables the program to make ISO plain text character code substitutions for the HTML special characters
during search &/or replace operations.
For example, if your search string is "Search & Replace", the program will find "Search & Replace" in your html document and display this in the Search Results list (if you have 'Display First Hit Line' enabled in Options-Output).
If a replacement is being made involves a character for which there is an html special character code, the character code will be used. For example, if you search for "x > y" and replace that with "x < y", the program will find the string "x > y" and replace that with "x < y". You can visualize the actual replacement by enabling Replace Prompts (Options-Replace).
HTML mode is activated from the Search and Replace Flags Menu or the 'HTML Mode' tool bar button.
Please see the program F1 HLP for more information.
Not all programs/editors follow the same html character code standards. Consult the documentation for your html editor &/or examine your raw html document if you have questions about the substitutions used by your editor.
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