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Old 09-24-2003, 10:39 AM   #1
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sed help, replacing a letter with a word


Ok I have a file with names and departments they work in

eg

Tom harding engineer 452 5567 engineering 66444 T
Greg Thio Acct 445-6677 supervisor 554454 T

I want to replace the T with Temp in the whole file

when I so this;

$ sed 's/T/Temp/g' <file name>

or sed 's/ T/Temp/g' I get

Tempom harding engineer 452 5567 engineering 66444 Temp

How do I just replace the T at the end of the line?



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Old 09-24-2003, 11:21 AM   #2
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I got it,

$ sed 's/\T$/Temp/g' <file>


thanks anyway guys
 
  


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