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Thank you for taking the time to report csFind-N-Replace is an easy to use global file editing tool. - http://www.cgiscript.net/cgi-script/csNews/csNews.cgi?database=cgi.db&command=viewone&id=63. To complete reporting this link, please confirm by clicking below:

 csFind-N-Replace is an easy to use global file editing tool.

Ever have a series of consistent changes that you need to make to a series of files on your server? For example, the Copyright footer on all bazillion pages in your site need to be updated to the current year. You could go into each page and make this change, OR you could use csFind-N-Replace and edit all the pages at one time! It even searches subdirectories. Use this script to edit one or all the files on your server at one time. You specify the text to replace and the text to replace the original text with. Then you execute the find and replace the script will open up each file on your server, search for the original text block, and where located, will replace it with the specified replacement text. The files are resaved and a report showing all occurrences is presented. If you are unsure of how many occurrences there may be you can run the script in "test mode" and see what the report out tells you. After looking over the results you can make a better decision about your proposed change. You can even set the script to create backups of each file that it edits.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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