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April 18, 2019

Linux/Unix Spotlight: What can the grep and sed commands do for you?
by: John Mullins

The grep command/utility is a powerful tool for matching a regular expression against text in a file, multiple files, or a stream of input. The sed (stream editor) command can perform text pattern substitutions and deletions using regular expressions, like the ones used with the grep command. In this webinar, John Mullins from Themis will demonstrate the various options of the grep and sed commands and highlight how to get the most out of them.