The sed Command | Linux Essentials Tutorial
The traditional Unix utility sed makes it possible to manipulate strings and streams of text from the command line without using a text editing application. In this video tutorial, we’ll show how sed is used in a number of different contexts.
Chapters: 0:00 – Intro
0:37 – Example Use Case
1:30 – sed Command Structure
3:22 – Testing sed Output
4:23 – Saving Output to a New File
6:15 – Replacing Single Words
8:28 – Outro
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