On 6/28/07, Olivier Regnier <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I have a file called "test" with the following lines:
With sed, i want to insert the "c" letter after "b" letter. Logically
simple, but not for me.
Here is my command : # sed -i.old -e "4i\c"
I have this message : sed: 1: "4i\c": extra characters after \ at the
end of i command
AFAIK, with our sed you can only do that with multiline
% sed -i.old -e "4i\\<press enter>
The backslash is doubled, because shells interpret
backslash-newline as a space. With GNU sed it's
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