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xfce:xfce4-appfinder:preferences [2019/04/09 22:18]
blueberrybrownie [Usage]
xfce:xfce4-appfinder:preferences [2019/04/09 22:20] (current)
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   ! During the process of matching, the results of the sub-pattern between parentheses ''​( )''​ are recorded for later use. ''​\''​ plus a number to refers to the corresponding sub-string. For instance, ''​\1''​ refers to the 1st pair of parentheses'​ match result, while ''​\2''​ refers to 2nd pair of parentheses'​ match result. A special case is ''​\0'',​ which will be replaced with the entire match.   ! During the process of matching, the results of the sub-pattern between parentheses ''​( )''​ are recorded for later use. ''​\''​ plus a number to refers to the corresponding sub-string. For instance, ''​\1''​ refers to the 1st pair of parentheses'​ match result, while ''​\2''​ refers to 2nd pair of parentheses'​ match result. A special case is ''​\0'',​ which will be replaced with the entire match.
   ! If the pattern is ''​^ab(.*)fg$''​ and the entered command ''​abcdefg''​ for example, ''​\1''​ will be replaced with ''​cde''​.   ! If the pattern is ''​^ab(.*)fg$''​ and the entered command ''​abcdefg''​ for example, ''​\1''​ will be replaced with ''​cde''​.
 +? Save match in command history
 +! Select this option if you want matches to be saved in the {gui>​Commands History} category.
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