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sed is a command-line stream editor for filtering and transforming text.

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Question solved using the suggestion of Ralph Rönnquist cat INBOX | sed -z -e 's/=\r\?\n//g' | \ sed -e 's/.*u0026url=3D//;t a;d;:a' -e 's/\\u0026ct=3D.*//' > output.txt It takes a long time to compute, but it does extract the URLs correctly. Thanks a lot everybody for your assistance! …
answered Feb 8 '17 by serge
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I have tried every possible (to my poor knowledge) combination of grep and sed commands, but fail to extract URLs with the following pattern (Google Alert e-mails in plaintext): "url": "https … -money-laundering-case-44765120 So I need to extract what is between "url=3D" and "\". I have tried all kinds of grep and sed variations, but nothing works. I would be very grateful if someone …
asked Feb 7 '17 by serge