I have the following lines in my input file and I would like to replace all the text after "=" sign with a new string, say "good".
Again, I would like to do this only for certain strings in the line....
I think it's best done with an example
Contents of my file
name="apple" parameter1="value1" parameter2="value2";
name="orange" parameter1="value1" parameter2="value2";
name="tea" parameter1="value1" ...
I would like to replace a given string in a text file into by another, but with one extra detail.
If the file content's is :
any text here
I know there are several questions as this one, but mine is specific:
I want to replace the substring: localhost:8000/ with https://www.begueradj.com/ in all the HTML files existing in a folder and ...
I have an HTML file on a Linux server that contains a long list of links. I am trying to edit this file as follows.
Find original occurrences of this type: http://www.test.org/name
Replace them with: ...
I am trying to manage user accounts. They are basically just numbers, but I would rather see user last names on the screen. Is it possible to automatically replace displayed text with something else?
I've been stumped with this seemingly simple-to-fix problem.. well, for a while.
Here's example output from the file I need to edit:
I want to replace some strings defined by me in gedit, after a word has been completed and/or the document has been saved. For example \ðrac should be replaced with \frac
How do I do this in gedit or ...
Is there a more Bashist way than echo "$PWD//" | sed -e 's#//\+#/#g' to replace repeating slashes with a single one?
Thanks Steven D, now there's a fully working function to find the longest common ...