silly question but can't think...
barner at in.tum.de
Tue Apr 22 03:58:48 PDT 2003
> Want to remove /ORGNAME/ for that file and pipe back out to a file, same or
Assuming that the file is called my.file, you can do the following:
perl -pi -e "s/ORGNAME//g" my.file
you can put a string of your choice here.
This command will work directly on the file.
For details see the perlre(1) and perlrun(1) man pages.
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