On Sun, 4 Jul 2004 17:51:22 -0500
Jon Drews <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Sed is useful for this. Here are some good tutorials on it:
> Common threads: Sed by example:
Cool, thanks... I working on something with a fix using head, grep,
and cut :)
Basically grep -n for #include or whatehet, pipe it into
head -n 1 it, and then head -n (pervious number cut and minus one> the
file, then >> the include into it, and the this is where I am stuck...
I can't find a way to cat everything after a certian line number
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