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I have a text file:

        --NUO---    --IKI- ATSTUMAS                     MAKS.   NUKRYPIMAS    KATEGORIJA              
I          34,452    34,449     3 PERKRYPA                17    34,451     V       V-15    4  
                                                                     [55,47868125|21,43902188|   38]
I          34,396    34,393     3 PERKRYPA                19    34,395     V       V-15    4  
                                                                     [55,47913606|21,43864715|   37]
I          34,269    34,267     2 PERKRYPA               -14    34,268     V       VI      4  
                                                                     [55,48019067|21,43788667|   37]
I                    34,0         KM: 34 <1000>                      [55.48244916|21.43642915|   37]
I          33,678    33,675     3 PLOTIS1                -12    33,676     V       STOP    4  
                                                                     [55,48517892|21,43466534|   37]
I          33,645    33,642     3 PERKRYPA               -19    33,643     V       V-15    4  
                                                                     [55,48545685|21,43448551|   37]

I want to filter all the PERKRYPA lines and therefore leave only the coordinates (e.g [55,47868125|21,43902188) in the document, in order to copy all of them to another window.

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You can do it with NotePad++ by doing a search and replace.

  1. Press Ctrl+H to open the Replace dialog.

  2. For Find what, enter:

  3. For Replace with, enter:

  4. Set Search Mode to be Regular expression.

  5. Hit the Replace All button.

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There full text file [link] With notepad don't work for me. But i want learn to use filter with notepad :) – Benas Sep 28 '12 at 5:53
What happens if you run it? You uploaded a .htm file, is that the original format, ie is it using CR + LF (Windows/DOS line feeds). – snowdude Sep 28 '12 at 8:34

So i always advice Sublime Text 2 cause it have nice text editing features. Anyway i describe some steps what i do to get this

use find text with next regexp


or something like that, next press find all and you select all lines wich match your regexp pic1

this text editor have multiselection feature, delete end line delimiter and youl have all data you need on one line. enter image description here

Try search again and you'll have all data you need. Copy selected data and paste it to new tab. Enjoy;).

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is this bad soluion? – Ishikawa Yoshi Sep 27 '12 at 14:58
It's not Notepad++. – sapht Sep 27 '12 at 17:50
i'm not advertise sublimetext2, but i think sometimes it's more easy to use, what wrong if i suggest another decision? i think it have place to be. – Ishikawa Yoshi Sep 28 '12 at 8:37

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