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Using Sed
Using Sed

Introduction

In this interactive tutorial series, you’ll explore basic and advanced operations with sed , the command line stream editor found in Linux. You will almost certainly never replace your regular text editor with sed, but it will certainly become a welcomed addition to your text editing toolbox.

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The Basics of Using the Sed Stream Editor to Manipulate Text in Linux

Published on July 24, 2013 · Updated on May 19, 2020

The sed stream editor is a non-interactive line editor that can perform powerful editing operations on text streams or files. Learning to use sed well will allow you to transform text with great speed and flexibility.

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Intermediate Sed: Manipulating Streams of Text in a Linux Environment

Published on July 25, 2013 · Updated on May 19, 2020

The sed stream editor can be used to perform complex editing operations with a minimal amount of instruction. The automated nature of sed makes it perfect for use in scripts and background processing. This article will continue where the Basics of Using the Sed Stream Editor article left off.

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