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how do i replace link=#ccffcc (ex.) in a html line...

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Contributed by Zombie ronperl on Dec 21, 2001 at 11:08 UTC
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how do i replace link=#ccffcc in a html line... <BODY text=#FF9900 alink=#44FF22 link=ccffcc> by link=#000000 thank you

Answer: how do i replace link=#ccffcc (ex.) in a html line...
contributed by Juerd

Well, using and editor and a keyboard would be one way to do such a thing.
s/#ccffcc/#000000/ can be used in a variety of editors, and with Perl too.

If you're on a *nix system and want to replace all occurences in a file, you could use

perl -i -pe's/#ccffcc/#000000/' file.html
On DOS-based systems you probably need to use double instead of single quotes.

Good luck!

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