On Mar 14, 2007, at 2:56 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I'm trying to write a script to delete all line that include a certain
pattern in an output file. I sending information to one of our
people and they take this data and create a spreadsheet on the
information, I have a constant reoccurring lines within the output
that they do not need. I'm trying to use the sed command to remove
that fits a certain pattern but it does not appear to remove anything.
Any helpful ideas or any useful links to scripts.
Thanks so much..
TSYS Hosting Services
As mentioned, when doing simple regex replacements in Unix, some good
languages / programs to use are:
grep <- extraction only
sed <- simple extraction / replacement
perl <- the kitchen sink
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