Re: pasting text into bash without use of mouse
On Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 02:06:50AM +0800, csj wrote:
> On Sunday 08 April 2001 08:48, Karsten M. Self wrote:
> > Command Substitution:
> > $ cat <<EOF >cmd.lst
> > df
> > ls
> > uptime
> > EOF
> > $ $( grep df cmd.lst )
> > QED.
> Not quite QED (tho quite close). What I'm looking for is how to edit
> and execute an EXISTING cmd.lst. Sorry if I'm missing something
> perfectly obvious. Hope this is the penultimate strand on this thread.
How about `sed` the "stream editor" ? and `cut` ?
locate .htm \
| xargs grep -h www.dribble.net \
| cut -f2 '-d<' \
| sed -e 's/dribble.net/blither.org/' \
How (and whether) you use cut would depend on your html coding
standards, of course...
Of course, with 'grep -h ...' you'll never know which files the
original text sprung from. But you probably know that.
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