cli-sedHow can I use the CLI sed command to manipulate keys?
sed command is a powerful command line utility that can be used to manipulate keys. It can be used to search and replace text, delete lines, and more. Here is an example of how to use
sed to search for a key and replace it with a new one:
sed -i 's/old_key/new_key/g' filename
This command will search for all occurrences of
filename and replace them with
Here are some of the parts of the command:
sed– the command itself
-i– the flag to indicate that the file should be edited in-place
s/old_key/new_key/g– the search and replace command, where
old_keyis the text to be replaced and
new_keyis the replacement
filename– the file to be edited
For more information on how to use
sed, see the following resources:
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