The following sed command gives a sed unterminated `s' command. It has to do with the variable that I put in ($header):
sed -i "1s~^~$header~" $1"/main.cpp"
The following is the contents of $header:
// // Pacman.java // etc // // Created by ayman at 12/06/2021 // Copyright (c) 2021 Google. All rights reserved. //
In the sed command, I've used a different delimiter (~), but that still gives the error. Does anyone see what the problem is?