I can use sed to do recursively find and replace a string in a bunch of files. Like so: find -name "*.py" -not \( -name .svn -prune \) -type f -print0 | xargs -0 sed -i 's/cat/dog/g' However is ...
How do I remove empty/blank (including spaces only) lines in a file in Unix/Linux using the command line ? contents of file.txt Line:Text 1:<blank> 2:AAA 3:<blank> 4:BBB 5:<blank> ...
I would like to perform the following operation: Given a file like this: update FOO set STATUS="X" where ID=<REPLACE>; insert into BAR (Z,W) values(<REPLACE>, 42); And a file like ...
I guess everyone knows the useful Linux cmd line utilities head and tail. Head allows you to print the first X lines of a file, tail does the same but prints the end of the file. What is a good ...