cli-sedHow do I use the command line 'sed' command as an example?
sed command is a powerful command line utility that can be used to perform text manipulation and search operations.
For example, to replace the word "foo" with the word "bar" in a file called
example.txt, you can use the following command:
sed -i 's/foo/bar/g' example.txt
This command will replace all occurrences of the word "foo" with "bar" in the file
The parts of the command are as follows:
sed- The command to run the sed utility
-i- The flag to indicate that the changes should be made in-place
s/foo/bar/g- The substitution command, which replaces all occurrences of "foo" with "bar"
example.txt- The file to perform the substitution on
For more information about the
sed command, you can refer to the GNU sed Manual.
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