I have a file containing special color encoding characters:
$ cat zz aaa.gpg bbb.gpg ccc.gpg $ cat -A zz ^[[38;5;216maaa.gpg^[[00m$ ^[[38;5;216mbbb.gpg^[[00m$ ^[[38;5;216mccc.gpg^[[00m$
I need to use
sed command, to match the ending
.gpg and remove it. So, if there were no special characters, I would use:
cat zz | sed 's/\.gpg$//'
So how can I match the
.gpg^[[00m$ pattern with
I tried all possible permutations, but still does not work. For example:
cat zz | sed 's/\.gpg\^\[\[00m$//'