glaziou at pasteur-kh.org
Wed Nov 19 13:30:52 CET 2003
Philippe Glaziou <glaziou at pasteur-kh.org> wrote:
> Peter, I cannot see your point. sed can get rid of any pattern in
> a text file. Fuensanta's example seemed to show that the
> sentences (pattern 1, 2,...) were on separate lines from lines
> containing data, thus my approach. Another one closer to your awk
> example would use:
> sed -e '/pattern 1\|pattern 2\|pattern xyz//g' <file.txt>file2.txt
I meant sed -e 's/pattern...
Sorry for the additional noise.
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