Using sed

sed, the stream editor, is a powerful filtering program found on nearly every Unix system. The sed utility is usually used either to automate repetitive editing tasks or to process text in pipes of Unix commands (see “Objective 4: Use Streams, Pipes, and Redirects,” earlier in this chapter). The scripts that sed executes can be single commands or more complex lists of editing instructions.

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