Re: String Replace Backwards

Axel Berger wrote:
The last comma in a list followed by a space is matched with ',\s\Z'.
Thanks. I didn't know \z and just looked it up and tried ti understand. If
I get it right, your suggesetion would deal with trailing commas. That's
not what I mean.

I have a list like "Peter, Paul, Mary" and want "Peter, Paul & Mary" Of
course Mary could be a name of several parts not all of which are letters.
The only shure thing is, the 'name' must not contain ", ".

It's easy with
^!Replace ", " >> " & " HB


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