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Extracting text using sed and regular expressions (Linux/UNIX/AIX ...

Search result description:Sep 16, 2012 ... In this posting, I'll use an example scenario of needing to parse the free physical
partitions from the "lsvg" command: # lsvg rootvg VOLUME ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Text streams and filters

Search result description:Jan 26, 2010 ... Study for the Linux Professional Institute Certification (LPIC) 101 exam, ... Sed
uses regular expression syntax to search for and replace text ...

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Bash by example, Part 3

Search result description:For our example, we will look at the "sed" package, a standard GNU text stream
editing utility that is part of all Linux distributions. First, download the source ...

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Save time with text editing one-liners

Search result description:Jan 16, 2007 ... Fast editing examples using cat, ed, and sed ... But you can often do an editing
job at the command line more quickly than it takes to open the ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Search text files using regular expressions

Search result description:Feb 3, 2010 ... This article grounds you in the basic Linux techniques for searching text .... Two
forms of regular expression syntax are used with the GNU grep ...

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Script file edits with the "ed" editor (Brian Smith's AIX / UNIX / Linux ...

Search result description:Aug 19, 2012 ... Many systems such as Linux support the "sed" command with the "-i" flag that
specifies the file should be edited in place. Unfortunately systems ...

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

Search result description:May 12, 2006 ... In this tutorial, you'll learn about the grep family in depth, including the syntax ...
The objective of this tutorial is to make UNIX and Linux® users ...

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Common threads: Awk by example, Part 1

Search result description:Oct 11, 2013 ... And, unlike some languages, awk's syntax is familiar, and borrows some of the
best parts of languages like C, python, and bash (although, ...

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Linux killall command explained with examples (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Jun 24, 2012 ... There are various commands/utilities available in Linux for doing this. One such
... Lets discuss the 'killall' utility in this article through some examples. ...
himanshu 2778 1999 0 14:01 pts/1 00:00:00 grep --colour=auto testKill.

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Know your regular expressions

Search result description:Jun 14, 2007 ... The 34 and 37 are the Bash escape codes for specifying the colors blue and
white, .... You can do similar things in sed using the command: s/.

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Passing multiple commands to Command Line Build RTC 4.0.4 with ...

Search result description:So, for this example I want to invoke sed on the script, for instance: ... the
Windows line endings to Unix/Linux line endings there might be other ...

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Update Twitter and FriendFeed from the Linux command line

Search result description:Oct 31, 2008 ... The reason people go for an operating system like Linux is the sum of .... (Details
on the sed command are beyond the scope of this article, but ...

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Introduction to text manipulation on UNIX-based systems

Search result description:Mar 14, 2012 ... Example of grep - counting number of matches in files: ..... this example, awk is
used as a filter to print only full file systems from a Linux system.

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

Search result description:Nov 23, 2012 ... Well, if yes then the Linux grep command is for you. This command can be used
to search a pattern in one or more files directly from the ...

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Bash by example, Part 1

Search result description:Command shells unlock the potential of a UNIX system, and bash is the Linux
shell. .... MYFILES=$(ls /etc | grep pa) bash-2.03$ echo $MYFILES pam.d passwd
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