Given there is 40 columns in a record. I want to replace 35th column so that the 35th column will be replace with the content of 35th column and a "$" symbol. What came up my mind is like: awk ...
I need to replace all unwanted spaces in all files from the current directory and from directories from the current directory (recursive search). I define the unwanted spaces the spaces and tabs that ...
I want to go recursively through a directory and search for specific content in all files. The content should then be replaced if found. With a single line I would make something like this: find . ...
I'd like to know if there is a way that I could cat file like php.ini and remove all lines starting with ; For example, if the file contained this: ; - Show all errors, except for notices ; ...
I'm using rpl program in linux to replace date( with pdate( in some files. But it says A Total of 0 matches replaced in 1 file searched. while grep output for date( is: ...