sed help needed
archaic at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Feb 14 10:49:48 PST 2005
On Mon, Feb 14, 2005 at 03:29:38PM +0000, Bennett Todd wrote:
> Modulo quux -vs- quuz (typo?), I believe this works as requested:
Yes, it was a typo. However, since I accidentally replied to you
privately, he's a repeat for the list:
> sed -ne '/line a/,/line b/d' -e 's/^# //p' -e '/line c/q'
The first part works like a charm affecting only lines a to v, the
second doesn't because it changes things outside of the range which
needs to be lines b to c. Can sed remember it's location in the file
even after line b is removed?
And to make it known more clearly to everyone, this is inside a larger
body of text, hence the need for strict limiting between lines a to c
(which are one chunk not separated by other text).
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