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Command and Option Index

This is an alphabetical list of all sed commands and command-line options.

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#
# (comments) 3.4 Often-Used Commands

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-b 2 Invocation
--binary 2 Invocation
-e 2 Invocation
--expression 2 Invocation
-f 2 Invocation
--file 2 Invocation
--follow-symlinks 2 Invocation
--help 2 Invocation
-i 2 Invocation
--in-place 2 Invocation
-l 2 Invocation
--line-length 2 Invocation
-n 2 Invocation
-n, forcing from within a script 3.4 Often-Used Commands
--null-data 2 Invocation
--posix 2 Invocation
--quiet 2 Invocation
-r 2 Invocation
--regexp-extended 2 Invocation
-s 2 Invocation
--separate 2 Invocation
--silent 2 Invocation
-u 2 Invocation
--unbuffered 2 Invocation
--version 2 Invocation
-z 2 Invocation
--zero-terminated 2 Invocation

:
: (label) command 3.7 Commands for sed gurus

=
= (print line number) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

{
{} command grouping 3.4 Often-Used Commands

A
a (append text lines) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

B
b (branch) command 3.7 Commands for sed gurus

C
c (change to text lines) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

D
D (delete first line) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
d (delete) command 3.4 Often-Used Commands

E
e (evaluate) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

F
F (File name) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

G
G (appending Get) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
g (get) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

H
H (append Hold) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
h (hold) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

I
i (insert text lines) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

L
L (fLow paragraphs) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed
l (list unambiguously) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

N
N (append Next line) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
n (next-line) command 3.4 Often-Used Commands

P
P (print first line) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
p (print) command 3.4 Often-Used Commands

Q
q (quit) command 3.4 Often-Used Commands
Q (silent Quit) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

R
r (read file) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
R (read line) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

S
s command, option flags 3.5 The s Command

T
T (test and branch if failed) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed
t (test and branch if successful) command 3.7 Commands for sed gurus

V
v (version) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

W
w (write file) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands
W (write first line) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

X
x (eXchange) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

Y
y (transliterate) command 3.6 Less Frequently-Used Commands

Z
z (Zap) command 3.8 Commands Specific to GNU sed

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