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comment How can I add four spaces before each lines of programs code in terminal
@goldilocks O, wow, I never knew that :o
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comment How can I add four spaces before each lines of programs code in terminal
I think the first sed command would be more than sufficient. Here, you typically don't want -i and awk seems overly complicated. Maybe add that ^ matches the beginning of the line.
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revised How can I add four spaces before each lines of programs code in terminal
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answered Can you put an if statement within an until loop?
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Added a missing paren at the end of the .emacs code. The lack thereof made the code unparseable by emacs. Also made some stylistic and grammar changes (mostly since SE won't let me save a one character change)
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comment search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
What are you actually trying to do? Sounds like an XY problem to me.