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This file documents version 4.1.5 of GNU `sed', a stream editor.

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Foundation, Inc.

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Documentation License as published by the Free Software Foundation;
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   There are no Cover Texts and no Invariant Sections; this text, along
with its equivalent in the printed manual, constitutes the Title Page.
* Introduction
* Invoking sed
* sed Programs
`sed' programs
* Examples
Some sample scripts
* Limitations
Limitations and (non-)limitations of GNU `sed'
* Other Resources
Other resources for learning about `sed'
* Reporting Bugs
Reporting bugs
* Extended regexps
`egrep'-style regular expressions
* Concept Index
A menu with all the topics in this manual.
* Command and Option Index
A menu with all `sed' commands and command-line options.
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sed Programs:
* Execution Cycle
How `sed' works
* Addresses
Selecting lines with `sed'
* Regular Expressions
Overview of regular expression syntax
* Common Commands
Often used commands
* The "s" Command
`sed''s Swiss Army Knife
* Other Commands
Less frequently used commands
* Programming Commands
Commands for `sed' gurus
* Extended Commands
Commands specific of GNU `sed'
* Escapes
Specifying special characters
* Centering lines
* Increment a number
* Rename files to lower case
* Print bash environment
* Reverse chars of lines
* tac
Reverse lines of files
* cat -n
Numbering lines
* cat -b
Numbering non-blank lines
* wc -c
Counting chars
* wc -w
Counting words
* wc -l
Counting lines
* head
Printing the first lines
* tail
Printing the last lines
* uniq
Make duplicate lines unique
* uniq -d
Print duplicated lines of input
* uniq -u
Remove all duplicated lines
* cat -s
Squeezing blank lines

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