sed, which stands for stream editor, is probably most commonly used to replace text patterns with a new one, which is exactly what we’ll learn in this lesson.
You'll learn how what flags you pass, the address argument as well as the commands that sed takes. The sed syntax can be summarized like this:
sed [flags] '[address]command[options]' [input file]
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