On Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 01:24:26PM +0100, Paul J Collins mentioned:
> >>>>> "JPL" == Jet Propulsion Laboratory <john at antefacto.com> writes:
> JPL> I wanted to s&r %word1% with "foo", %word2% with bar and
> JPL> %word3% with "baz" - is there a handy way of going about it ?
> You can use -e as many times as necessary. Or put the expressions in
> a file, and do "sed -f <file>",
Prolly the best thing to do...
bean  cat file
asdasd: %word1% asdasd
asda; asdasd %word2% asdasda %word3%
bean  cat sed
bean  sed -f sed file
asdasd: foo asdasd
asda; asdasd bar asdasda baz
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