cli-sedHow can I use the command line to compress and edit files with sed and zip?
The command line can be used to compress and edit files with sed and zip.
Sed is a stream editor used to perform basic text transformations on an input stream (a file or input from a pipeline). Zip is a file format used for file compression and archiving.
To use sed and zip with the command line, the following example can be used:
zip -r myzipfile.zip myfile.txt
sed -i 's/old/new/g' myfile.txt
zip -u myzipfile.zip myfile.txt
This example will compress the file
myfile.txt into a zip file called
myzipfile.zip, then use sed to replace
myfile.txt, and finally update the
myzipfile.zip file with the modified
The parts of the example code are as follows:
zip -r myzipfile.zip myfile.txt: This command creates a zip file called
myzipfile.zipcontaining the file
sed -i 's/old/new/g' myfile.txt: This command uses sed to replace
zip -u myzipfile.zip myfile.txt: This command updates
myzipfile.zipwith the modified
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