cli-sedHow can I use the sed command in the Ubuntu command line interface?
sed command is a powerful tool in the Ubuntu command line interface (CLI) for text manipulation. It is used to search, find and replace text within files. Here is an example of how to use
sed to find and replace text in a file:
# Search for "text" and replace with "newtext"
sed -i 's/text/newtext/g' filename
This command will search for the text "text" in the file
filename and replace it with "newtext".
sed command has several parts:
-i: This is a flag that tells
sedto make the changes in-place to the file.
s: This is the search and replace command.
text: This is the text to be searched for.
newtext: This is the text to replace the found text with.
g: This is a flag that tells
sedto replace all occurrences of the found text.
filename: This is the name of the file to be searched.
For more information about
sed, please visit the following links:
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