On Wednesday 7 July 2004, sweetr at eircom.net (Robert Sweetnam) wrote:
>> sed -n '10,50p' <infile >outfile
>>>> will dump lines 10-50. (If you leave out the -n, you'll see why I left it
>> in :-)
>>>> Stitching the results back together is left as an exercise...
>>Thats brilliant, Ronan, Thanks a million. Keep an eye out for my post on how
>to stitch them back together :)
>How could I remove those lines altogether from the original file?
sed -n '1,10p;20,100p" <infile >outfile
will copy lines 1-10 and 20-100 from infile to outfile - adjust as necessary
for your file.
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