Tag Archive: sed

Mar 13 2017

Series on Bash Scripts from Like Geeks

Like Geeks recently published an interesting series on writing Bash shell scripts: Today we are going to talk about bash script or shell scripting actually, they are called shell scripts in general but we are going to call them bash scripts because we are going to use bash among the other Linux shells. There are …

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Jul 28 2015

Introduction – Shell Scripting | Tutorials by Code Snipcademy

Introduction to using sed on the command line with regular expressions. Learn how to perform search and replace (substitution), printing, writing, reversing, and more! Source: Introduction – Shell Scripting | Tutorials by Code Snipcademy

Apr 19 2015

Link: Sed – An Introduction and Tutorial by Bruce Barnett

How to use sed, a special editor for modifying files automatically. If you want to write a program to make changes in a file, sed is the tool to use. There are a few programs that are the real workhorse in the UNIX toolbox. These programs are simple to use for simple applications, yet have …

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Nov 29 2014

Link: 10 Sed (Stream Editor) Command Examples

Sed is a stream editor in UNIX like operating system which is used for filtering and transforming text. Sed is derived originally from the basic line editor ‘ed’, an editor you will find on every unix system but one that is rarely used because of its difficult user interface. Full article here: 10 Sed (Stream …

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Oct 13 2014

Link: LFCS: How to use GNU ‘sed’ Command [and other commands] to Create, Edit, and Manipulate files in Linux – Part 1

A Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) has the expertise to do basic to intermediate system administration from the command-line for systems running Linux. Linux Foundation Certified System Administrators are knowledgeable in the operational support of Linux systems and services. They are responsible for first line troubleshooting and analysis, and choose when to raise issues …

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Sep 16 2013

Article series: CommandLineFu, BASH, AWK, Perl, SED One-Liners Explained

We must confess that we are not as fond of the Linux command line as some Linux users — we’ll take a good GUI, and a mouse over a keyboard any time we can. But for those that love working at the Linux command prompt (and that probably don’t make nearly as many typos as …

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