Imagine creating a large website consisting of dozens or hundreds of pages with the companys name topping each of them and lots of identical links in the HTML code. Now imagine that your client urgently requests that these links be modified due to the change of the site address and that the companys name has to be written in a slightly different manner due to recent organizational changes. Doing it manually would take hours or meticulous efforts. In this case, you need a tool that will allow you to find and replace strings in all of your files at once, which will save you time and enable you to focus on more important tasks. If you can relate to the above situation, dont miss HandyFile Find and Replace: Text Workbench!
This application was specifically designed to simplify the task of performing mass replacements in files of any types, both locally and in remote FTP folders. Not only can you search for words, numbers and phrases, but also use extended regular expressions (up to 2 Mb in size!). These actions can be performed automatically and in the manual mode, where each replacement must be confirmed by the user. Created for all categories of users, HandyFile Find and Replace: Text Workbench will be especially appreciated by web developers who will even be able to generate HTML reports with links to the detected files.
The application supports both Unicode and UTF-8 files, various command line parameters and Window Scripting for external execution. You can modify read-only files with subsequent restoration of file statuses. The embedded fully functional text editor is also a nice feature to have at hand. Particular users will enjoy creation of batch replacement scenarios for even greater performance improvements!
You will be surprised at how much, HandyFile Find and Replace: Text Workbench can do for you. Give it a try and make your daily work truly efficient!
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