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/ DOCUMENTATION / b docs
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/ TOOLS         / b tools
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:download

/  sed is available for various systems  /{

r  GNU sed v4.x source code by Paolo Bonzini
r  GNU sed v3.02.80 source code by Ken Pizzini
r  GNU sed v3.02.80 for Linux (RPM)
r  GNU sed v3.02.80 for OS2
r  GNU sed v3.02.80 for Windows (3x, 9x, NT, 2K)
r  GNU sed v3.02 for HPUX
r  HHsed v1.5 source code (Turbo C) by Howard Helman
r  HHsed v1.5 for MS-DOS by Howard Helman
r  HHsed v1.5 for Windows by Howard Helman
r  super sed v3.60 source code by Paolo Bonzini
r  super sed v3.59 for Windows by Paolo Bonzini
r  Complete list of available versions by Eric Pement
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:docs

/  you must read these docs to understand the sed world  /{

r                       THE SED FAQ by Eric Pement
r                           SED FAQ by DREAMWVR.COM
r                The sed one-liners by Eric Pement
r                      GNU sed info by FSF
r                  The sed man page by The Open Group
r              sed, a stream editor by Ken Pizzini
r            Sed by example, Part 1 by Daniel Robbins
r                    Do it with sed by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r            An introduction to sed by Andrew M. Ross
r     A Non-interactive Text Editor by Lee E. McMahon
r Introduction to Unix's SED editor by F. Curtis Michel
r       Tips on using sed on MS-DOS by Benny Pedersen
r  Using sed to create a book index by Eric Pement
r     Doing if/elseif/else with sed by Eric Pement
r   Example of state machine in sed by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r              Program state in sed by Greg Ubben
r     Using lookup tables with s/// by Greg Ubben
r            A lookup-table counter by Greg Ubben
r                How to count words by Greg Ubben
r                   How add numbers by Greg Ubben
r   Analyzing a sed SQL interpreter by Simon Taylor
r     Graphical sed (state diagram) by Al Aab
r         Sed in (pseudo) microcode by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r          Proposal of a custom sed by Simon Taylor
r      Netscape frame-free with sed by Paul Haeberli
r       SED emulating UNIX commands by Aurelio Jargas
r         sed-HOWTO (in portuguese) by Aurelio Jargas
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:books

/  sed is also available on paper  /{

r   Sed & Awk, 2nd ed.
r      by Dale Dougherty and Arnold Robbins
r      from O'Reilly, ISBN 978-1-56592-225-9
r   Sed & Awk Pocket Reference
r      by Arnold Robbins
r      from O'Reilly, ISBN 978-1-56592-729-2
r   Unix Awk and Sed Programmer's Interactive Workbook
r      by Peter Patsis
r      from Prentice Hall Computer Books, ISBN 978-0130826756
r   Awk und Sed
r      by Helumt Herold
r      from Addison-Wesley, ISBN 978-3-8273-2094-0
r      (written in german)
r   Mastering Regular Expressions, 3rd ed.
r      by Jeffrey E. F. Friedl
r      from O'Reilly, ISBN 978-0-596-52812-6
r   Definitive Guide to sed
r      by Daniel Goldman
r      published as e-book in Kindle and ePub formats
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:scripts

/  it's sed art  /{

r                add_decs [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                anagrams [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                    bf2c [colored] by Graham Bell
r               brainf__k [colored] by Edward Rosten
r                 bre2ere [colored] by Laurent Vogel
r                  cal.sh [nocolor] by Paolo Bonzini
r                  caesar [colored] by Batalov Sergey
r             cal-year.sh [nocolor] by Paolo Bonzini
r                   cat-b [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                cat-b.sh [nocolor] by Sed One-liners Document
r                   cat-n [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                cat-n.sh [nocolor] by Sed One-liners Document
r                   cat-s [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                centre_1 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                centre_2 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                cflword1 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                cflword2 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                cflword3 [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                cflword4 [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                cflword5 [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                cgrep.sh [nocolor] by Greg Ubben
r                commify1 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                commify2 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                commify3 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                  config [colored] by Nathan D. Ryan
r             crlf.tar.gz [nocolor] by Paolo Bonzini
r                      dc [colored] by Greg Ubben
r                diffhtml [nocolor] by Tilmann Bitterberg
r                dtree.sh [nocolor] by Stewart Ravenhall
r                  expand [colored] by Greg Ubben
r               fbasename [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                fdirname [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                     fmt [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r          get_html_title [colored] by Casper Boden-Cummins
r                 hbanner [nocolor] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                    head [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                html2iso [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                 html_lc [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                 html_uc [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r              impossible [colored] by Greg Ubben
r                incr_num [colored] by Bruno Haible
r                indentls [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                 indexer [colored] by Eric Pement
r               indexhtml [nocolor] by Tilmann Bitterberg
r                iso2html [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                italbold [colored] by Eric Pement
r                joinfile [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                 justify [colored] by Aurelio Jargas
r               list_urls [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r            mail-iso2txt [colored] by Aurelio Jargas
r                maketarg [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                masm2gas [colored] by Louis J. LaBash Jr.
r                overstrk [colored] by ecbyahoo
r              palindrome [colored] by Laurent Le Brun
r      pine_addr_2_vim_ab [colored] by Tilmann Bitterberg
r             polish.html [nocolor] by Robert Marks
r               remccoms1 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r            remccoms2.sh [nocolor] by Stewart Ravenhall
r               remccoms3 [colored] by Brian Hiles
r                revchr_1 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                revchr_2 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                revlines [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                   rot13 [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                sedhttpd [colored] by Matthew Parry
r                      sm [colored] by Carlos Jorge G. Duarte
r                sodelnum [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                splitdig [colored] by Aaro Koskinen
r     strip_html_comments [colored] by Stewart Ravenhall
r                subwords [nocolor] by Casper Boden-Cummins
r                 tex2xml [colored] by Tilmann Bitterberg
r                tolower2 [nocolor] by Paolo Bonzini
r                 tolower [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                toupper2 [nocolor] by Paolo Bonzini
r                  turing [colored] by Christophe Blaess
r                txt2html [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r                undblspc [colored] by Sed One-liners Document
r                unlambda [colored] by Laurent Vogel
r                 untroff [colored] by Paolo Bonzini
r    yahoogroups-kill-sig [colored] by Aurelio Jargas
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:gamez

/  want some fun? try them all!  /{

r        99 green bottles [colored] by Edward Rosten
r                arkanoid [colored] by Aurelio Jargas
r                connect4 [colored] by Laurent Le Brun
r           my mastermind [colored] by Laurent Le Brun
r             path solver [colored] by Laurent Le Brun
r         pong (1 player) [colored] by Graham Bell
r        pong (2 players) [colored] by Graham Bell
r                  puzzle [colored] by Laurent Le Brun
r                 sokoban [colored] by Aurelio Jargas
r           sudoku solver [colored] by Edward Rosten
r             tic tac toe [colored] by Graham Bell
r         towers of hanoi [colored] by George Bergman
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:tools

/  tools related to sed /{

r   sd - Sed Debugger                          by Brian Hiles
r      written in Bourne Shell
r   sd - Sed Debugger                          by Brian Hiles
r      written in Korn Shell
r   sedsed - Sed Debugger/Indenter/HTMLizer    by Aurelio Jargas
r      written in Python
r   sedcheck - POSIX compatibility checker     by Laurent Vogel
r      written in Sed!  [colored]
r   bsed - Batch edit with Sed                 by Cameron Simpson
r      written in Bourne Shell
r   mod_sed - Sed Apache module                by Dom Mitchell
r      written in C
r   csed - Add colors to patterns              by Stanislav Ievlev
r      written in C
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:mailing

s! sed-users (english) ! sed-users-subscribe@yahoogroups.com           !
s! sed-br (portuguese) ! sed-br-subscribe@yahoogrupos.com.br           !


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:sedlovers

s!   Aurelio Jargas    ! http://aurelio.net/sed/                       !
s!     Eric Pement     ! http://www.student.northpark.edu/pemente/sed/ !
s!   Laurent Le Brun   ! http://laurent.le-brun.eu/geek                !
s!    Paolo Bonzini    ! http://sed.sf.net/grabbag/                    !
s! Tilmann Bitterberg  ! http://www.bitterberg.de/tilmann/sed-en.html  !
s!    Yao-Jen Chang    ! http://main.rtfiber.com.tw/~changyj/sed/      !
s! Yiorgos Adamopoulos ! http://www.dbnet.ece.ntua.gr/~george/sed/OLD/ !


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