[OT] sed question
parv at pair.com
Mon Mar 15 19:41:17 PST 2004
in message <20040314164347.X35552 at wonkity.com>,
wrote Warren Block thusly...
> ...sed on other systems does handle \n and other literals in
> substitutions. It's annoying enough that I just use Perl instead.
> perl -pe 's/ /\n/g' my_test_text_document.txt
> which actually would be better as
> perl -pe 's/\s./\n/g' my_test_text_document.txt
Why do you have '.' after '\s'? Did you mean '+' instead?
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