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Grep style prices

Community Beginner ,
Sep 04, 2023 Sep 04, 2023

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I have 2 kinds of sums. 20.95 and 20.-.
If the last 2 characters is an amount it should be superscripted. If it is .- it should not be changed. Can anyone help me with a grep style?

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Sep 04, 2023 Sep 04, 2023

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Actually, I don't think a GREP style is what you want here.

I say this because GREP styles (or any style) cannot add or remove text, ony change formatting, and I beleive you need to remove the . in the price as well as apply superscript to the two digits after it. I say this based on what is conventional in US, and if you are in another locale the rules might be different.

If my premise is correct, you should be using Find/Change.

Find (\d+\K)(\.)(\d{2}) and change to $3, adding the superscript formatting in the change format settings.

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