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28 Jun 2017, 19:31
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Topic: ListView - Is it possible to sort only specified columns? Topic is solved
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Re: ListView - Is it possible to sort only specified columns? Topic is solved

https://autohotkey.com/board/topic/64736-lv-sortarrow-apply-sort-arrows-to-your-listview/ :?: "This function will apply sorting arrows to your ListView column headers" I didn't mention no arrows, the function didn't help, but thanks anyway. What I basically wanted to say with the example above is, ...
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28 Jun 2017, 14:21
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Topic: ListView - Is it possible to sort only specified columns? Topic is solved
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ListView - Is it possible to sort only specified columns? Topic is solved

ListView - Is it possible to sort only specified columns? For example, a listview contains 10 columns, LV_ModifyCol(6, "Col4 Col5 SortDesc") from the code above, the "column 6" shall be DescSorted and "column4/column5" shall be sorted accordingly, but, the others columns shall not be sorted and be k...
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26 Jun 2017, 20:28
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Topic: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved
Replies: 14
Views: 2647

Re: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved

(*SKIP) and (*F) are interesting, and which I hadn't seen before. pcresyntax specification http://www.pcre.org/original/doc/html/pcresyntax.html I really like the concept here, do you use a lot of Unicode characters? Myself, I often use hotstrings for the small number of Unicode characters I do use...
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26 Jun 2017, 19:37
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Topic: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved
Replies: 14
Views: 2647

Re: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved

. . @Helgef, While + RegExMatch using StartPos + RegExReplace = worked wonderfully! (Very Straightforward!) @jeeswg, below is a script example # is a special character, ## represents a literal # character (it means that the first # escapes the second #) #AnyNumber# is a special string (Example: #65...
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26 Jun 2017, 14:17
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Topic: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved
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Views: 2647

Re: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved

Edit: Maybe offtopic, outStr:="" String := "--65--66--67--68--" RegExReplace(String, "(\d+)(?Cf)") Msgbox, % String ; --A--B--C--D-- f(m){ global String String:=StrReplace(String,m,chr(m),,1) return 0 } Sorry for the late reply. That silly tough guy was disturbing and I didn't even noticed your pos...
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26 Jun 2017, 09:44
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Topic: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved
Replies: 14
Views: 2647

Re: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved

i.m.p.o.s.s.i.b.l.e. try to make code with possible style Impossible? Well, yet another silly limitation from AutoHotKey. I hope in the next released versions, "OutputVar" for backreferences will be implemented in RegExReplace, as soon a subpattern is stored in "$1" backreference it will be stored ...
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26 Jun 2017, 08:54
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Topic: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved
Replies: 14
Views: 2647

Re: Can RegExReplace store subpatterns in output pseudo-arrays? Topic is solved

Try to read the Help file first. The question is about "RegExReplace" and you post a solution for "RegExMatch". Great. I had already read the help file before posting this question here. I already knew how to do that with RegExMatch. The question is, how to do the same with RegExReplace? I need the...

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