from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A noninteractive text editor (originally developed in Unix), intended for making systematic edits in an automatic or batch-oriented way.
- v. To edit a file or stream of text using sed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A. Middle English form of seed.
- n. A line of silk, gut, or hair by which a fish-hook is fastened to the line: a snood.
October 7, 2008 10: 22 AM all what was sed is true, men are taking over the female jobs why cant women rise to do men's jobs
Passing a word into a shell script that calls sed sed to emulate grep is:
All but the simplest text extraction tasks are difficult with sed, which is basically a regexp filtering program.
The script uses some regular expression sed magic, friendly tweaked by
Artemus Ward, from Maine, wrote a flat Down-Eastish dialect that relied heavily on pointless ( "sed" for "said") or drastic ( "goak" for "joke") cacography and lacked Kelly's lyricism.
One neet a little lass knock'd at th 'door, an' sed 'at Emma had sent her to tell her an' Isaac to go a to see her as sooin as ivver they could.
Long back when Shlomi had suggested a "sed" way, I actually shell scripted it, and now publishing.
Copy that file to the name newdatabase. dump and edit it, or use 'sed', to replace all appearances of host1. domain.com with host2. domain.com
This table shows that the following commands are identical: sed - n '1,10 p' sed - n '11, $! p' sed '1,10! d' sed '11, $ d'
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