cli-sedHow can I use the Linux command line to edit text files using sed?
sed command is a powerful Linux command line tool used for editing text files. It has many features and can be used to perform a wide range of operations. Here is an example of how to use
sed to edit a text file:
sed -i 's/old/new/g' filename
This command replaces all occurrences of the string
old with the string
new in the file named
Here is a list of the parts of the command:
sed: The command itself.
-i: This option tells
sedto edit the file in place instead of writing the output to the terminal.
s/old/new/g: This is the substitution command. It tells
sedto replace all occurrences of
filename: The name of the file to be edited.
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