Stephen_Reilly at dell.com wrote:
> sed "/^\/XXX\/ CE/,/$/d" filename
>> To explain; the first pattern "/^\/XXX\/ CE/" matches what the pattern
> should begin with. The second pattern "/$/" matches the first subsequent end
> of line i.e. matches the end of the following line. The sed command "d"
> deletes the matched two line pattern.
But if there's more than one line of stuff after /XXX/ CE then
you're screwed. He specifically asked how to delete a line
matching a regex and the one following it.
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