i am trying tu substitute !20 by a space using regexp.
for instance a box message like thad [a!20v] should write in the output this other one [a v]
with this arguments
[[regexp (!20) @substitute \s]]
regexp gives that
You can’t use regexp metacharacters in the substitution string, you need to use the literal characters. So you want something like:
[regexp (!20) @substitute " "]
I’ve just uploaded a patch which aims to explain [regexp] with some examples of how to use it. You might find it helpful, the link is below.
many thanks, lh
your answer has been very helpful
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