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5 Practical Uses of SED Command for Text Processing

How to easily use SED in Linux or Unix

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SED stands for Stream Editor. It’s a Unix text processing utility that is commonly used for parsing and text substitution. SED is considered as command based, line oriented editor that accepts file inputs and also support regular expressions.

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