Stephen_Reilly at dell.com wrote:
> > > ah.. no. sed - you'll only substitute stuff, not powerful
> > enough.
> > You can only substitute stuff in sed? As someone who uses it
> > quite a bit for other stuff, because I'm lazy, I'd have to
> > disagree.
>> Did anyone else get a visual of gloves and stabilisers coming off :)
Ah, not from me... but my pal sed was getting upset when he was
called a weakling.
> p.s. and yes, of course you can do it in sed, sheesh
To be honest I didn't really follow the thread, so I don't know
what the original problem specification was :) I just took
exception with the bit above.
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