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Re: Does bash have a tool ?

On 05/03/18 07:59, Richard Owlett wrote:
> On 03/04/2018 11:02 AM, rhkramer@gmail.com wrote:
>> On Sunday, March 04, 2018 11:28:55 AM Richard Owlett wrote:
>>> I don't have any background in Perl and the last formal course in
>>> programming was in the 60's.
>> Mine was very early 70's ('71)
>>> However awk and/or sed may be what I'm looking for and are well
>>> documented. Your description of nedit is interesting. I'll investigate.
>>> I'm on my way out at the moment.
>> Oh, I forgot, nedit doesn't handle UTF-8 (or any form of
>> Unicode)--that could
>> be a problem for you.
> You youngsters. KSR-35 and 026 are my speed ;}

A KSR-35 seems to be a sniper rifle ... Ah, but an IBM 026 might be a
key punch? So I guess the KSR-35 is for punching paper tape at a
distance. Communication was primitive in those days, wasn't it :-)


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