From: Paul Jakma (paulj at domain itg.ie)
Date: Fri 21 Jul 2000 - 17:54:44 IST
how do i represent a newline in sed?
i want to do:
sed -e 's/^acme\[\(.*\)\]\(.*\)/whatever\[\1\]NEWLINEacme\[\1\]\2/
ie i want to insert a line before a specific line, using something i
matched on that specific line to create the insert line...
but i just can't seem to find something to the NEWLINE part. not \^M,
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