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Aug
19
awarded  Informed
Aug
19
accepted posix placement of stdin redirection (<in cmd vs cmd <in)
Aug
19
awarded  Curious
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Aug
18
comment posix placement of stdin redirection (<in cmd vs cmd <in)
In the specification you linked, the part that seems to imply that any place is valid for a redirection to occur is the numbered list at 2.9.1 Simple commands
Aug
18
comment posix placement of stdin redirection (<in cmd vs cmd <in)
I have read this before, but it only specifies the order between redirections, but it does not specify if the redirections can appear before or after the command.
Aug
18
asked posix placement of stdin redirection (<in cmd vs cmd <in)
Aug
14
accepted print empty line in sed output when passing multiple filenames
Jul
3
revised print empty line in sed output when passing multiple filenames
fix sed expression to add empty line (previous version added a line with a space)
Jul
3
asked print empty line in sed output when passing multiple filenames
Jul
3
answered print empty line in sed output when passing multiple filenames
Jun
5
comment grep with continuation lines
I'm accepting this answer because it is the easier to remember/type (for me at least)
Jun
5
accepted grep with continuation lines
Jun
5
comment grep with continuation lines
@gilles, yes, same as with sh
Jun
4
asked grep with continuation lines
May
21
revised How can I end a here-document that starts with <<\\$fff?
escape title backslashes
May
21
suggested approved edit on How can I end a here-document that starts with <<\\$fff?
May
4
comment What the equivalent of “grep | cut” using sed or awk?
You can remove the first cat: grep email2 /etc/emails.conf | ...
May
4
answered What the equivalent of “grep | cut” using sed or awk?
Mar
19
awarded  Good Question