I want to use only one paragraph-style for a table. In this table there are text and different kind of digits (price, amount, measure, etc.). with the included GREP I only want to grab the simple digits for the number of piecies (top row).
The table could look like:
quantity | 1 | 10 | 100 | 1.000
price | 1,00 | 2,00 | 3,00 | 4,00
That´s how I´ve tried. But It doesn't format the digits behind commas and dots.
Or simply this if you are talking about tables cells.
Looks so simple.
Is this meaning: "each digit and each dot whithin a paragraph whitch contains nothing else?"
[ ] are charaters set. So we are looking at ONLY digits and dot one or more time between begining and end of paragraph.
It was very helpful.
Ist it possible to reverse that to: get everything except digits and dots?
If you use this
to format the digits and dot, than the everything else is apply by the paragraph style.
Unless you want only digits and comma, then: