cli-sedHow do I use the CLI sed command?
sed command is a powerful command-line tool for manipulating text. It can be used to perform a variety of operations, such as searching and replacing, transforming, and transforming text.
To use the
sed command, you need to specify the input file, the command, and the output file. Here's an example of how to use the
sed command to replace all occurrences of the word "cat" with "dog" in a text file:
sed 's/cat/dog/g' input.txt > output.txt
sed command has three parts:
s- This is the command that tells
sedto perform a substitution.
cat- This is the pattern that
sedwill search for.
dog- This is the replacement string that
sedwill use to replace the pattern.
g flag at the end of the command tells
sed to replace all occurrences of the pattern.
For more information on the
sed command and its usage, see the GNU sed manual.
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