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    PostSubject: Editing without an editor   Editing without an editor EmptyMon Mar 15, 2010 6:11 pm

    Very long files are often hard to manipulate with a text editor. If you need to do it regularly, chances are you'll find it much faster to use some handy command-line tools instead, like in the following examples.
    To print columns eg 1 and 3 from a file file1 into file2, we can use awk:

    awk '{print $1, $3}' file1 > file2

    To output only characters from column 8 to column 15 of file1, we can use cut:

    cut -c 8-15 file1 > file2

    To replace the word word1 with the word word2 in the file file1, we can use the sed command:

    sed "s/word1/word2/g" file1 > file2

    This is often a quicker way to get results than even opening a text editor.

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