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I have a large collection of html files (thousands), and need to change a single character that wasn't displaying properly on some browsers. Is there a quick and efficient way to do this?

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Use Windows Grep. It is shareware, but there is a free trial.

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Says here that Notepad++ is applicable for search&replace for (in this example) 8342 HTML files Notepad++ is a free source code editor

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not really an answer to a batch script request, unless you know notepad++ also has a CLI interface capable of doing such a task – user2813274 Oct 1 '15 at 18:28

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