1. How to remove lines ending with ‘baddump’ from a text file:
You’ve got a file with a bunch of lines end with “baddump” and you need those lines to be removed completely without leaving any blank lines behind? This is the command to do it:
sed -i '/baddump$/d' file
2. You have text files with tons of empty lines and you want to get rid of those in one second?
sed '/^$/d' file > new_file
You may have multiple html files to correct at the same time.You can do that with
foreach file (*html)
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