Questions tagged [query-replace]

query-replace is a built-in Emacs command for interactively replacing one string with another in a buffer. query-replace-regexp does the same thing, but with support for matching regular expressions. Use this tag for both commands.

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(RegEx-)Replace: Sporadic Match data clobbered by buffer modification hooks

I know this was asked in other contexts already, but I couldn't find anything related to C++ development with my hooks that could help me. I am working a lot with replace and query-replace and query-...
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fix buffer invalid UTF-8 encoding characters by query/replace

When I copy text from web pages, there are some special characters like ', - etc (not UTF-8 encoding). As you can see in the following screenshot: I checked out some similar questions in this site: [...
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How to use query-replace(-regexp) non-(semi-)interactively in a command?

The title isn't entirely accurate. By "non-interactively" I mean, for lack of a better term, "semi-interactively". In a regular call through M-% or M-x query-replace, the command could be called ...
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How to count regexp in a string and use that number in replacement?

In my LaTeX code I want to replace these strings: \left.\left.\left. \left.\left. \left. with: \left.\left.\left. \mycommand{3} \left.\left. \mycommand{2} \left. \mycommand{1} where the argument ...
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C-M-% not works in MacOS terminal

I'm fresh to emacs and following manual to practice Query-Replace operation. But I find it not work at all. Type C-h l where it shows ESC 5 seems my OS swallow some key input or emacs parse input ...