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I'm trying to remove all lines that contains NULL, using Notepad++ as follows:



regular expersion I tried:

Find: ^.*NULL.*$
replace with:     (blank, nothing)   

it deleted the line contents, but empty line still there. how to delete the whole line.

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Notepad++ and Unix... what am I reading/seeing? – Shiki Sep 8 '12 at 12:31
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Try this: ^.*NULL.*\r\n this won't delete the last line if there's NULL on it.

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