"exact syntax, though the actual code is MUCH longer, I cut a lot of hex from the middle to make it easier"
I am trying to use GREP and SED to do a find and replace on all files, and I don't think I have my syntax for SED quite right.
grep -rl "4b,60,64,5c,1f,6b,66,5b,58,70,25,5e,5c,6b,4b,60,64,5c" ./ | xargs sed -i 's/<?[.*]#0c0896#[.*]#\/0c0896#[.*]?>//g
What I am going for here is to use grep to search all files for a snippet of the code, which is working, and then use SED to replace the tags #0c0896# and everything in between with nothing.