Your example WILL be case sensitive as you're using "2" which is regex and is case sensitive.

Use these with the test I did from above. You should get 3 as the output. If it's case sensitive, you should get 4 as the output.
//set %text-to-find this is a test
//set %findtxt $fline(@text,%text-to-find,1)
//echo -a %findtxt

This works just fine and searches without case sensitivity. You never have to change any part of the $fline in my example there.

Try typing the entire test I displayed above. Then, use this example. Note that you have to change both to use @test or both to use @text and both are used in this thread.

What do you get when doing this echo?

Last edited by Riamus2; 04/10/05 08:14 PM.

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