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Here's my answer to the question... Created this batch script that utilizes online CDN sources for Colorbox & jQuery. Sources for the cdn included: cdn.bootcss.com, ajax.googleapis.com, and cdnjs.cloudflare.com. This script mainly takes all the jpg images (from the folder it's placed in), and creates a gallery from it. Basically if you require to ...
Asciidoctor http://asciidoctor.org/ might solve most of your requirements: use plain ASCII to write the content include code snippets from real source code files broken links will create a warning when building building the output created presentations in reveal.js and deck.js You'll find at https://github.com/asciidoctor/asciidoctor-gradle-examples ...
I just came across this extension for chrome, firefox, and thunderbird, Markdown here: http://markdown-here.com/ It gives markdown and latex support to writing emails in thunderbird or gmail in your browser. It also has support for syntax highlighting in a variety of languages. I tried it out with sending some Matlab code, and it worked really well! I ...
According to the simple tutorial at this website, you will need to download the Egis software in order to read data encrypted by it. This is standard practice with most computer applications using proprietary formats or unique file extensions. In particular: The HTMLENX file extension is used by Egis for its encrypted HTML files. 1 You can find the ...
Try this one instead of [^()]*: \(.*?\) [EDITED - a small explanation] Because the ( and ) are special characters and define a groups of characters, we need to mask them with /. There are a lot of very good RegEx tutorials online for example this one.
I would use the Power Query Add-In for this. Power Query can read HTML files (local or web). It looks for tables so there will need to be some consistency in the HTML structure. Once the HTML table has been read, it will try to automatically detect dates - you can override this and convert columns manually.
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