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In linux, regular expression subexpressions, group parts of a regular expression together, so they can be [...] or trimmed (i.e. displayed in just one or more chuncks) via sed, for example.
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In linux, regular expression subexpressions, group parts of a regular expression together, so they can be [...] or trimmed (i.e. displayed in just one or more chuncks) via sed, for example.
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In linux, regular expression subexpressions, group parts of a regular expression together, so they can be [...] or trimmed (i.e. displayed in just one or more chuncks) via sed, for example.
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^^ or re-arranged, etc.
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8. Streams and sed -- The Stream Editor
to automatically strip out only the size column-- sed can do this sort of editing if you use the special  notation to group parts of the regular expression together. Consider the following <span>example: sed -e 's/$$<[^ ]*>$$$$[ ]*$$$$<[^ ]*>$$/\3\2\1/g' Here sed is searching for the expression \<.*\>[ ]*\<.*\> . From the chapter on regular expressions, we can s

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