On Wed, 2004-07-07 at 14:45, Robert Sweetnam wrote:
> 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?
Have a look at the "d" command in sed. You can delete single or
multiple lines or ranges of lines.
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