Find and Replace text

The tool helps you find the exact keyword in a document, and supports replacing that keyword into another word.

Enter the text and keyword to find along with the replacement word, then search and replace

The Find and Replace text tool is a powerful tool in the digital age that allows users to quickly and easily search and replace text on a page. This tool has revolutionized the way people work with text and can be found on almost any word processing program or text editor.

However, the Find and Replace text tool can have both positive and negative effects. On the positive side, the Find and Replace text tool can be used to quickly and accurately find and replace words or phrases, making it easier for users to proofread and edit their documents. It can also be used to quickly search for data or information in documents, making it much easier to find relevant information.

On the other hand, the Find and Replace text tool can have some negative impacts as well. For example, if used incorrectly, it can lead to errors in documents or data that can be difficult to detect or fix. It can also lead to unintentional changes in documents, such as accidentally replacing the wrong word or phrase. In addition, if used indiscriminately, the Find and Replace text tool can cause confusion, as it can be difficult to tell which words or phrases were changed and which were not.

Php Example

$text = str_replace('find', 'replace', $text);

Nodejs Example

const text = 'find'.replace('find', 'replace');

Java Example

String text = "find".replace("find", "replace");

C Example

char *text = str_replace("find", "replace", text);

C++ Example

string text = "find";
text.replace(text.find("find"), 3, "replace");

Python Example

text = "find".replace("find", "replace")

Flutter Example

String text = "find".replaceAll("find", "replace");

Ruby Example

text = "find".gsub("find", "replace")

C# Example

string text = "find".Replace("find", "replace");

Golang Example

text := strings.Replace("find", "find", "replace", -1)

Swift Example

var text = "find".replacingOccurrences(of: "find", with: "replace")

Kotlin Example

var text = "find".replace("find", "replace")