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List Item Finder

World's Simplest List Tool

This is a super simple browser-based application that finds certain items in the given list that match a pattern and displays them to the output screen. You can load any list as input and find items in it by a text fragment, by a specified character set, or by a regex. You can switch between these three finder modes in the options and instantly see the search results in the output text box. You can also reverse the search results and change the format of the output list. Created by list geeks from team Browserling.

List Item Finder

World's Simplest List Tool

This is a super simple browser-based application that finds certain items in the given list that match a pattern and displays them to the output screen. You can load any list as input and find items in it by a text fragment, by a specified character set, or by a regex. You can switch between these three finder modes in the options and instantly see the search results in the output text box. You can also reverse the search results and change the format of the output list. Created by list geeks from team Browserling.

᠎᠎᠎          Tool Options

Item Splitting Options

Use this mode when the item
separator can be specified
using a symbol.
Use this mode when the item
separator can only be matched
by a regular expression pattern.
Symbol or regular expression
pattern.

Item Finder Options

Find the items with the given
text snippet in them.
Find the items containing
some (or all) of these
characters.
Find the items that return
true for this regex.

Join Symbol and Reverse Search

Enter the item joiner symbol
for the output search results.
Show the items that
weren't found.

What Is a List Item Finder?

This online program searches a list and helps you find all items that you're looking for. For example, if you have a long students list and you need to find certain students by name, then you can quickly do it by entering just the first few letters of the names in the search box. Similarly, you can find all items in a list that are written in uppercase, or you can find all items that contain a digit, or are entirely made out of numbers. For ultra-fast searching, the program is equipped with three search options. The first option finds items that have a text fragment in them. For example, you can find all items that have the pattern "cup" in them, these items could be "teacup", "cuprum", "cupcake". The second option allows you to find items based on individual symbols in them. For example, you can specify that the items you need must only consist of the symbols "12AB". Here, you will get items such as "A", "AB12", and "B1" in the output. The third option allows you to find items matching a regular expression. For example, you can find all numeric items "/^\d+$/" or all uppercase items "/^[A-Z]+$/". When the items are printed to the output, you can also specify a delimiter character that is inserted between them. For example, if you enter "#" as the delimiter, then you will get something like "item1#item2#item3" in the output (hash-separated items). To quickly see which items were not found, you can use the reverse search option. It will show the exact opposite items that don't match the search parameters. Before starting the search, you need to tell the program a little bit more about your list. Since lists come in all forms and shapes, the program needs to know how to read the items in the list. To do this, you need to specify the separator character that is used in the list between its items. It can be a simple single character (by default it's a comma and you can change it in the options), or it can be multiple characters (here you need to set a regular expression for these characters). Once this is configured, the search can start. Listabulous!

What Is a List Item Finder?

This online program searches a list and helps you find all items that you're looking for. For example, if you have a long students list and you need to find certain students by name, then you can quickly do it by entering just the first few letters of the names in the search box. Similarly, you can find all items in a list that are written in uppercase, or you can find all items that contain a digit, or are entirely made out of numbers. For ultra-fast searching, the program is equipped with three search options. The first option finds items that have a text fragment in them. For example, you can find all items that have the pattern "cup" in them, these items could be "teacup", "cuprum", "cupcake". The second option allows you to find items based on individual symbols in them. For example, you can specify that the items you need must only consist of the symbols "12AB". Here, you will get items such as "A", "AB12", and "B1" in the output. The third option allows you to find items matching a regular expression. For example, you can find all numeric items "/^\d+$/" or all uppercase items "/^[A-Z]+$/". When the items are printed to the output, you can also specify a delimiter character that is inserted between them. For example, if you enter "#" as the delimiter, then you will get something like "item1#item2#item3" in the output (hash-separated items). To quickly see which items were not found, you can use the reverse search option. It will show the exact opposite items that don't match the search parameters. Before starting the search, you need to tell the program a little bit more about your list. Since lists come in all forms and shapes, the program needs to know how to read the items in the list. To do this, you need to specify the separator character that is used in the list between its items. It can be a simple single character (by default it's a comma and you can change it in the options), or it can be multiple characters (here you need to set a regular expression for these characters). Once this is configured, the search can start. Listabulous!


List Item Finder Examples

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Find Numeric Passwords

In this example, we find all numeric passwords in a list of 20 passwords. We split the input items by a newline character (because the list is a single column vertical list) and select the search option that finds items by a custom character set. We indicate that the items that we need can only consist of numbers "1234567890". As a result, we get a list of numeric passwords that we display in a column.

7gidw7vx gr1uccl9 34536454 7wdw3fhj 6318422 sno5w5hk 6us250e hhxg3902 6ov9ztt 1864705 tc8vad2q gqzbwq 958w3ze7 5dh0ends 2634634 14kd8en tzvn0evu 023986703 i33owie 67rw70b
34536454 6318422 1864705 2634634 023986703
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use this mode when the item
separator can be specified
using a symbol.
Symbol or regular expression
pattern.
Find the items containing
some (or all) of these
characters.
Enter the item joiner symbol
for the output search results.
Show the items that
weren't found.
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Find All Words That Are Six Characters Long

This example finds all words in a list that are exactly 6 characters long. To separate the items of the list, we switch to regex-splitting mode and enter the expression "/[,;]\s+/", which matches commas and semicolons. To search for words, we activate the "Search for Regular Expession" mode and use the expression "/^.{6}$/". This expression matches items that are exactly 6 characters long. As expected, the output list contains all 6-character long words and they are now separated by the ampersand character " & ".

balloon, eraser, glass; toothbrush, conditioner, helmet, candle; shampoo, cork, carrots, beef, canvas, spoon, pen, book; speakers, sandal, brocolli, doll, plate, tomato, soap, cup, clock, sponge, lamp, keys, paper, sofa, fork, checkbook; mirror, button, blanket, screw; door, slipper, lotion, desk, bracelet
eraser & helmet & candle & canvas & sandal & tomato & sponge & mirror & button & lotion
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use this mode when the item
separator can only be matched
by a regular expression pattern.
Symbol or regular expression
pattern.
Find the items that return
true for this regex.
Enter the item joiner symbol
for the output search results.
Show the items that
weren't found.
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House Cleaning Todo List

In this example, we loaded a partially complete to-do list of house chores. As many of the items were completed, we wanted to find items that we still need to do and drop the completed items. Luckily, when we did some of the tasks, the completed items were marked with the word "done". To extract the unfinished tasks, we first activated the reverse item search option and turned on the search-by-a-string mode. We entered the word "done" in this option and now the output list contains all unfinished tasks (items that weren't marked "done").

Make beds (done) Remove all clutter Dust all furniture Wipe down doors (done) Tidy shoe closets Wash dishes (done) Clean microwave Remove cobwebs (done) Remove carpet stains Vacuum floors Vacuum sofa (done) Empty trash
Remove all clutter Dust all furniture Tidy shoe closets Clean microwave Remove carpet stains Vacuum floors Empty trash
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Use this mode when the item
separator can be specified
using a symbol.
Symbol or regular expression
pattern.
Find the items with the given
text snippet in them.
Enter the item joiner symbol
for the output search results.
Show the items that
weren't found.

Pro tips Master online list tools

You can pass input to this tool via ?input query argument and it will automatically compute output. Here's how to type it in your browser's address bar. Click to try!

https://onlinetools.com/list/find-list-items?input=7gidw7vx%0Agr1uccl9%0A34536454%0A7wdw3fhj%0A6318422%0Asno5w5hk%0A6us250e%0Ahhxg3902%0A6ov9ztt%0A1864705%0Atc8vad2q%0Agqzbwq%0A958w3ze7%0A5dh0ends%0A2634634%0A14kd8en%0Atzvn0evu%0A023986703%0Ai33owie%0A67rw70b&string-separator=true&input-separator=%255Cn&filter-by-chars=true&chars=1234567890&invert=false&join-character=%255Cn

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Quickly print all distinct items of a list.
Quickly print all repeating items of a list.
Quickly count the number of items in a list.
Quickly display list items in multiple colors.
Quickly generate a list of arbitrary length with arbitrary items.
Quickly generate a random length list with random items.
Quickly find certain items in a list.
Quickly find how many times each item appears in the list.
Quickly replace certain items in a list with new items.
Quickly remove items from a list that match a pattern.
Quickly print all list items in reverse order.
Quickly sort list items alphabetically or numerically.
Quickly shuffle list items and make it random.
Quickly randomly pick one or more items from a list.
Quickly create a downloadable image from a list.
Quickly set a new delimiter for items in a list.
Quickly remove the symbol that separates list items.
Quickly change list item delimiters to the same symbol.
Quickly remove items from the beginning or end of a list.
Quickly join all items of a list together.
Quickly create groups of multiple list items.
Quickly extract a part of a list.
Quickly remove all empty items from a list.
Quickly remove whitespace characters around list items.
Quickly create multiple copies of a list.
Quickly rotate list items to the left or right (or up and down).
Quickly enumerate list items and add a counter to them.
Quickly add bullet markers to all items in a list.
Quickly remove all bullet markers from list items.
Quickly wrap all list items in quotes.
Quickly remove all quotation marks from around list items.
Quickly add text on the left and right sides of all list items.
Quickly remove text from the left and right sides of all list items.
Quickly prepend a prefix before each list item.
Quickly delete any prefix from the beginning of all list items.
Quickly append a suffix after each list item.
Quickly delete any suffix from the end of all list items.
Quickly add or remove list items to make it a certain length.
Quickly create multiple columns from a single list.
Quickly create a palindromic list from the given list.
Quickly add new items at the beginning or end of a list.
Quickly left-pad a list with one or more items.
Quickly right-pad a list with one or more items.
Quickly remove items that repeat in a list.
Quickly apply a filter on all list items (extract certain items).
Quickly analyze a list and print its item statistics.

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Edit a List

View and edit lists in a neat browser-based list editor.

Split a List

Split list items into chunks.

Generate the Powerlist

Create the powerlist of the given list.

Find the Car of a List

Extract the first item from a list.

Find the Cdr of a List

Extract all items except the first of a list.

Apply a Function on a List

Run a JavaScript function on every list item (map function).

Reduce a List

Run the reduce function on a list.

Find Certain List Items

Quickly find and print items that interest you in a list.

Find Repeating List Items

Quickly find and print items that repeat in a list.

Delete Unique List Items

Quickly find and remove items that are unique in a list.

Extract a Sublist from a List

Given start and stop indexes, extract a sublist from a list.

Shift List Items

Shift list items to the left or right (or up and down).

Indent List Items

Add indentation to all list items.

Skew List Items

Make a list go increasingly sideways (to the left or right).

Mirror a List

Quickly create a mirror copy of a list.

Invert a List

Invert the order of items in a list (last becomes first, etc).

Convert a List to Rows

Create multiple rows from a single list.

Convert a List to Excel

Create an Excel (XLS/XLSX) file from a list.

Convert a List to PDF

Create a PDF file from a list.

Convert a Text List to a LaTeX List

Create a LaTeX list from a regular text list.

Convert a Text List to a HTML List

Create a HTML list from a regular text list.

Convert a Text List to a Markdown List

Create a Markdown list from a regular text list.

Compare Two Lists

Find the difference between two lists.

Compare Three Lists

Find the difference between three lists.

Remove One List from Another

Remove elements from a list that appear in the other list.

Find Common Items in Lists

Find items that are shared between two or more lists.

Find Distinct Items in Lists

Find items that are unique in two or more lists.

Zip Two Lists

Join two or more lists together item by item.

Unzip Two Lists

Split an interleaved list into two or more separate lists.

Merge Two Lists

Append a second list at the end of the first list.

Pair List Items

Create pairs from all list items.

Pop List Items

Remove list items at certain index positions.

Push List Items

Add new items at the end of a list.

Splice a List

Modify a list in-place by adding, replacing, or removing items.

Flatten a List

Remove all indentation levels from a list and make it flat.

Make List Items Bold

Quickly apply the bold effect to all list items.

Make List Items Italic

Quickly apply the italic effect to all list items.

Make List Items Cursive

Quickly rewrite all list items in cursive.

Change List Item Font

Quickly change the font of all list items.

Add an Underscore to List Items

Quickly add an underscore to all list items.

Add a Strikethrough to List Items

Quickly add a strikethrough to all list items.

Make List Items Title Case

Quickly change the letter case of all items to title case.

Make List Items Proper Case

Quickly change the letter case of all items to proper case.

Make List Items Random Case

Quickly randomly change the letter case of all items.

Make List Items Lowercase

Quickly change the letter case of all items to small letters.

Make List Items Uppercase

Quickly change the letter case of all items to capital letters.

Remove List Item Counter

Quickly remove any numeration from a list of items.

Create an Empty List

Generate a list with no items (just bullet points).

Visualize a List

Quickly create a graphical representation of a list.

Create a List Cloud

Create an image with a cloud of list items.

Create a Spiral List

Create an image with list items going in a spiral.

Create a ZigZag List

Make list items go in a zigzag.

Add Errors to a List

Add errors and corruption to a list.

Base64-encode a List

Convert any list to base64 encoding.

Base64-decode a List

Convert any list from base64 encoding back to a list.

URL-encode a List

Convert any list to URL encoding.

URL-decode a List

Convert any list from URL encoding back to a list.

Convert a List to JSON

Create a JSON array from a list.

Convert JSON to a List

Create a list from a JSON array.

Convert a List to XML

Create an XML document from a list.

Convert XML to a List

Create a list from an XML document.

Convert a List to YAML

Create a YAML file from a list.

Convert YAML to a List

Create a list from a YAML file.

Convert a Text List to a Binary List

Create a binary list from a text list.

Convert a Binary List to a Text List

Create a text list from a binary list.

Compress a List

Compress a list so it uses less space.

Scroll a List

Create an animation with a list being scrolled.

Let Zalgo Destroy a List

Let Zalgo loose on a list and create list-chaos.


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