Finishing covering sed commands. Looking at some example scripts
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Episodes about using sed, the Stream Editor. It's a non-interactive editor which you can use to make simple changes to data, which is how many people use it. However, sed also has a lot of hidden power, especially in the GNU version.
Introduction to sed - part 5
This episode is the last one in the "Introduction to sed" series.
In the last episode we looked at the full story of how
sed works with the hold and pattern buffers. We looked at some of the commands that we had not yet seen and how they can be used to do more advanced processing using
In this episode we will look at a selection of the remaining commands, which might be described as quite obscure (even very obscure). We will also look at some of the example
sed scripts found in the GNU sed manual.
To read the rest of the notes for this episode follow this link: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps/hpr2060/full_shownotes.html
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