--findReplaceRegex

See also: Parameters

Description

Successively find and replace matching text with the find and replace values specified using find:replace syntax. The first colon (:) delineates the find value from the replace value. Single quote values containing a colon and then escape embedded quotes. The find value must be a valid regular regular expression and the replace value can contain replacement variables for capture groups like $1, $2, and so on. For some command shells, the $ may need to be escaped. Legacy support for a comma separated list deprecated in 9.0 has been removed in 9.3. You must now always use multiple parameters.

Long

findReplaceRegex

Short

Has Valuetrue
Typestring

Default Value

Multiple Use Allowed

true

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