So, I've read a bit and found NotePad++ doesn't use "normal" regex (starting to think I'll just go back to SciTE), but here's my question:
I've got an exported list of data with some redundant data that I'm trying to clean up and convert into a good CSV for import into address books (migrating a Fax server solution, the old one is OOOOLD and so this is the best I can got for export).
The line I'm trying to remove from each entry group always starts
Entry: NAME ~
And then there is a 12 digit alphanumeric (is appears to be Hexadecimal) code that follows that is unique for each entry group. For a few entry groups there is a human-readable entry following "NAME", but these are few enough I can remove them manually, so matching them isn't a big chore.
So what I want to do is to find every line that begins with Entry: and select it all the way to the end of the line. Each entry in each group is on a separate line. Then I'll use Find & Replace to remove these lines from the list.
UPDATE: Input & Outpu
Entry: NAME ~00003193820 ShortName: ~00003193820 Owner: USRENAME Name: John FamilyName: John DearName: John Organisation: Acme 1 Corp Via: FAX-ANY 1(555) 123-4567 Entry: NAME ~00003193820 ShortName: ~00003193820 Owner: USRENAME Name: Sam FamilyName: Sam DearName: Sam Organisation: Acme 2 LLC Via: FAX-ANY 1(555) 890-1234
Here's two entry groups. I want to remove the lines beginning with "Entry:" from each and every group.