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Save time with text editing one-liners

Search result description:Jan 16, 2007 ... When you need to append text to the end of a file, there's nothing quicker than cat
: ... While you're adding lines, pressing Ctrl-U erases the current line, Ctrl-Z ... The
single-character command is the action to perform on the specified lines. .... But
sed can also operate on files, and its scripting language has ...

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Common threads: Sed by example, Part 3

Search result description:In this final sed article, it's time to change that pattern and put sed to good ... In
this script, the '$' regular expression will match the end of the line, and the '\r' tells
sed to insert ... This one will reverse lines in a file, similar to the "tac" command
that's ... character negates the address, meaning that the 'G' command will apply
to ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Search text files using regular expressions

Search result description:Feb 3, 2010 ... 18 Feb 2013 - In response to reader comment, added new first line of code to
Listing 11. ... the LPIC-1 exams: as we complete articles, we add them to the
roadmap. .... If no files are given, grep searches stdin, which makes it a filter that
can be ... So far, we have seen repetition applied to a single character.

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Common threads: Sed by example, Part 1

Search result description:Sed is an ideal tool for batch-editing files or for creating shell scripts to modify
existing files in powerful ways. ... Fortunately for us Linux users, one of the nicest
versions of sed out there ... Why not take some time to install GNU sed 3.02.80
now? Then .... will match a '}' character that appears at the beginning of a new
line.

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vi tips and tricks: Ten cool commands sure to impress your friends

Search result description:Jul 27, 2010 ... Insert mode puts anything you type into the current file in your vi session. ... One
of the options you can set is number , which turns line ... and end line numbers
that you'll use in the appropriate vi command. ... For example, to search for the
word echo in a file, enter command .... 4!!awk '{print "New text",$0}'.

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Learn Linux, 101: Text streams and filters

Search result description:Jan 26, 2010 ... There's a lot more to text manipulation than cut and paste, particularly ... By the
end of this article, you will be manipulating text like an expert. ... LPIC-1 exams:
as we complete articles, we add them to the roadmap. .... Note that the split file
named yaa did not finish with a newline character, so our prompt was ...

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Introduction to text manipulation on UNIX-based systems

Search result description:Mar 14, 2012 ... The cat command is one of the most basic commands. .... Earlier the nl command
was used to add line numbers to a file ... Then tr command (explained later) is
used to upper-case the letters with a here-doc. ... In the first example, colrm is
used to cut from column 4 to the end of line for each line off the pipe.

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Common threads: Awk by example, Part 1

Search result description:Oct 11, 2013 ... Awk is one of those languages that, once learned, will become a key part ... If you
test this script, you'll find that awk outputs one blank line for every line in your /etc/
passwd file. ... If you're used to programming in bash or python, you may have ...
awk concatenates them without adding an intermediate space.

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UNIX tips: Learn 10 more good UNIX usage habits

Search result description:May 27, 2008 ... When you click Tab once, Bash completes file; clicking Tab one more time ... grep
pickles this-is-a-long-lunch-menu-file.txt pastrami on rye with pickles and ... Need
to do the same thing but append to an existing file instead of creating a new one?
... Matches a single character of any value except end of line.

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Search patterns in files using Linux grep command (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Nov 23, 2012 ... In this article, we will understand the usage of Linux grep command ... search a
pattern in one or more files directly from the command line. ... beginning of a line;
also represents the characters not in the range of a list. ... @SunnyG87, you can
add context lines like: <br /> grep --after-context=1 3929461415 ...

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Text processing with UNIX

Search result description:Aug 1, 2006 ... Then you'll do it all again using the Perl programming and scripting ... When you
redirect a program's output to a file using the > operator in a shell, ... The tr
command lets you translate characters in one set to the .... The ^ character
matches the start of a line and $ matches the end of a line. .... Add comment:.

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Interview Questions : Unix/Linux (Nuts & Bolts of DataStage)

Search result description:Mar 6, 2013 ... How do you write the contents of 3 files into a single file? cat file1 ... to print the
lines which end with the word "end"? grep 'end$' filename ... How to replace the
character '/' with ',' in a file? ... Add a Comment; More Actions v ...

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Speaking UNIX, Part 9: Regular expressions

Search result description:Apr 17, 2007 ... Here, grep scans each line in the heroes.txt file and looks for an m, followed by
an a, ... X? Match no or one occurrence of the capital letter X.

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UNIX tips and tricks for a new user, Part 3: Introducing filters and ...

Search result description:May 12, 2006 ... The beginning of the tutorial explains regular expressions that are used in the ....
To try this, add the following lines to the grep.txt file you have been working with:
... A period represents any single character [] Brackets enclose ...

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UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits

Search result description:Dec 12, 2006 ... One of the best ways to correct such inadequacies is to ... This article suggests 10
UNIX command-line habits worth picking up -- good habits .... By default, the end-
of-file string is an underscore (_); if that character is sent ... to grep with a dummy
pattern put in to match and count each line (such as grep -c ).


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