"Surprisingly, yesterday's post on multiline spacing with sed on
Linux and Unix got some reponse. Enough so, that I figured I'd
follow up today and answer the call for equal representation for
Perl, awk and the plain old shell (pick one, any one ;)
"This post is going to be much the same as yesterday's, except
with a few different tricks using a few different languages, rather
than just focusing on one (sed). In fact, except for the fact that
I'm mentioning sed every fifth word or so, and we're going to kick
things off with a brief review of yesterday's simplest command,
today should be a sed-free post..."
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