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Who should use this eBook? This book is for newbies or intermediate users of Sed and Awk who would like to become an expert in both these tools.
This book is for Developers, Unix sysadmins, DBAs, Network Administrators, and IT Managers who spend a significant amount of their time on a Unix platform and would like to take advantage of the powerful Sed and Awk tools to make their life easier. How can Sed and Awk help you?
Instead, you can create a Sed script and execute it whenever you want to make those routine edits non-interactively. From a text file, you can quickly generate reports using Awk scripts. If you have a text file that contains structured data that was stored by some other application, you can manipulate the data based on your requirements using Awk scripts.
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