Cara "Find and Replace" di Google Spreadsheet

Kamu perlu mencari dan mengedit kata di Google Spreadsheet? Jika iya, berikut ini cara “Find and Replace” di Google Spreadsheet.

Fitur “Find and Replace” mungkin tak asing buat kebanyakan pengguna Microsoft Word. Biasanya fitur ini dipakai untuk menemukan kata tertentu dan menggantinya sekaligus.

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Cara "Find and Replace" di Google Spreadsheet

Cara "Find and Replace" di Google Spreadsheet

Kamu perlu mencari dan mengedit kata di Google Spreadsheet? Jika iya, berikut ini cara “Find and Replace” di Google Spreadsheet.

Fitur “Find and Replace” mungkin tak asing buat kebanyakan pengguna Microsoft Word. Biasanya fitur ini dipakai untuk menemukan kata tertentu dan menggantinya sekaligus.

#google spreadsheet #google

Brain  Crist

Brain Crist


How to Use sed to Find and Replace String in Files

Quite often when working with text files you’ll need to find and replace strings of text in one or more files.

sed is a stream editor. It can perform basic text manipulation on files and input streams such as pipelines. With sed you can search, find and replace, insert, and delete words and lines. It supports basic and extended regular expressions that allow you to match complex patterns.

In this article, we’ll talk about how to find and replace strings with sed. We’ll also show you how to perform a recursive search and replace.

Find and Replace String with sed

There are several versions of sed, with some functional differences between them. macOS uses the BSD version and most Linux distributions come with GNU sed pre-installed by default. We’ll use the GNU version.

The general form of searching and replacing text using sed takes the following form:

  • -i - By default sed writes its output to the standard output. This option tells sed to edit files in place. If an extension is supplied (ex -i.bak) a backup of the original file will be created.
  • s - The substitute command, probably the most used command in sed.
  • / / / - Delimiter character. It can be any character but usually the slash (/) character is used.
  • SEARCH_REGEX - Normal string or a regular expression to search for.
  • REPLACEMENT - The replacement string.
  • g - Global replacement flag. By default, sed reads the file line by line and changes only the first occurrence of the SEARCH_REGEX on a line. When the replacement flag is provided, all occurrences will be replaced.
  • INPUTFILE - The name of the file on which you want to run the command.

It is a good practice to put quotes around the argument so the shell meta-characters won’t expand.

Let’s see examples of how to use the sed command to search and replace text in files with some of its most commonly used options and flags.

For demonstration purposes, we will be using the following file:


123 Foo foo foo 
foo /bin/bash Ubuntu foobar 456

If you omit the g flag only the first instance of the search string in each line will be replaced:

sed -i 's/foo/linux/' file.txt
123 Foo linux foo 
linux /bin/bash Ubuntu foobar 456

With the global replacement flag sed replaces all occurrences of the search pattern:

sed -i 's/foo/linux/g' file.txt
123 Foo linux linux
linux /bin/bash Ubuntu linuxbar 456

As you might have noticed, in the previous example the substring foo inside the foobar string is also replaced. If this is not the wanted behavior, use the word-boundery expression (\b) at both ends of the search string. This ensures the partial words are not matched.

sed -i 's/\bfoo\b/linux/g' file.txt
123 Foo linux linux
linux /bin/bash Ubuntu foobar 456

To make the pattern match case insensitive, use the I flag. In the example below we are using both the g and I flags:

sed -i 's/foo/linux/gI' file.txt
123 linux linux linux 
linux /bin/bash Ubuntu linuxbar 456

If you want to find and replace a string that contains the delimiter character (/) you’ll need to use the backslash (\) to escape the slash. For example to replace /bin/bash with /usr/bin/zsh you would use

#coding #string #linuxize #find #replace

Miguel Yandu

Miguel Yandu


Use Texts in Google Sheets like a Pro 🚀 Change Case, Find and Replace, Split, Extract, and more

Watch this step-by-step tutorial by Railsware Product Academy to master using texts in Google Sheets. In this video, you will learn how to:

✅ Easily change the capitalization
✅ Find and replace specific text values
✅ Spot and remove extra spaces
✅ Combine and split texts
✅ Use wildcards as placeholders for the text characters

📝To follow along, make your copy of our practice sheet:

🔌We use to import data from other apps to Google Sheets (e.g. Pipedrive, Hubspot, CSV, and many more):


  • 0:00 Why you’re not using Google Sheets to its full potential
  • 0:20 Video contents overview
  • 0:48 How to change capitalization in Google Sheets
  • 0:59 Formula to apply Title Case
  • 1:46 How to UPPERCASE or lowercase your text
  • 2:46 How to remove unneeded spaces
  • 4:03 Find and replace text values in Google Sheets
  • 5:40 How to combine texts from multiple cells into one
  • 8:06 Connect multiple values with a delimiter
  • 9:30 How to split text in Gsheets
  • 11:17 3 ways to extract a certain number of characters

We’d love to hear from you!🙋‍♀️💬 Share your cases of using texts in Google Sheets in the comments ⬇️ Make sure to subscribe and hit the bell button 🔔 to learn more Google Sheets tricks coming up soon!

Design and video production: Oleg Gorovoi, Vlad Shagov
Cases: Natalia Gorovaia
Speaker: Anastasiia Avramenko

#google-sheets #developer

Karlee  Will

Karlee Will


SQL REPLACE: The Top 5 Facts to Find and Replace SQL Texts

Today’s code editors and word processors come with a search and replace feature. It is helpful when you need to change a word or a group of words. We don’t want to throw away our written work for a minor problem or change.

The same thing applies to our data. Users will curse us if we tell them to edit what needs to be renamed. That’s why a search and replace feature is also available to replace texts written in our databases. Here SQL REPLACE comes in.

The syntax is as follows:

REPLACE(<original string><string to search><replacement string>)

Note that all parameters are required. The <original string> can be a string literal or a string result of an expression. In database tables, we usually pass a string column where we want the value to change. Meanwhile, <string to search> is a string within <original string> you want to search. Finally, you pass a <replacement string> that will replace <string to search>. Simple, enough, isn’t it?

But there can be some caveats. This way, you can avoid replacing the wrong words. Or, maybe, not replacing the right words. Then messing up your data in the end.

Are you new to SQL REPLACE? Here’s a FREE cheat sheet for you. Just enter your email address below, and we’ll send it straight to your inbox.

Sounds cool? Let’s dig in.

#sql server #sql replace #t-sql #sql

Vinnie  Erdman

Vinnie Erdman


How to Find and Replace in String Using Dart Language

To replace all the substring of a string we make use of  replaceAll method in Dart. 
This method replaces all the substring in the given string to the desired substring. Returns a new string in which the non-overlapping substrings matching from (the ones iterated by from.allMatches(this String)) are replaced by the literal string replace.

In this video, we will learn how to use contains method of dart string with examples adn explaining about finding and replacing in string in dart language
contains method is used to check if a Pattern is in a string or not.

#flutter #dart