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command line find

douglaswade1
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command line find

I have no sucess in using the command line find to find an element with an attribute. Is this possible?


e.g. does not work, if I drop the attribute, of course it works. Is there some syntax that I can use?


find -m '<brk type="npg">'
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1 REPLY 1

This isn't exactly using the simple find command, but it seems to work just the same:



find::find_tag_attr_value('brk','type','npg')



Take a look at some of the definitions in: epic\packages\find.acl





For what it's worth, I took a look at the epic\lib\dialogs\findtag.xml
& epic\packages\main\_findtagdlg.acl to see how Epic itself was
doing the tag find (from the Find -> Find Tag/Attribute
menu). From there it was pretty much just using the same
call.



Not sure if that's what you're looking for... it's pretty specialized to tag/attribute searches.



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On 10/10/05, Douglas Wade <-
> wrote:
I have no sucess in using the command line find to find an element with an attribute. Is this possible?


e.g. does not work, if I drop the attribute, of course it works. Is there some syntax that I can use?



find -m '<brk type="npg">'
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--
"Experience is that marvelous thing that enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again."
-Franklin P. Jones


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