Text processing with UNIX

Tools for translating and manipulating text

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Chris Herborth

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: August 01, 2006

The origin of UNIX® lies in simple text processing, and its command-line environment remains one of the most powerful text processing tools available. By combining a series of simple commands to make up a complex text transformation, the tools available from UNIX let you build nearly any text processing engine you could need.

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