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Old 05-30-2005, 06:12 AM   #1
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Sed Command : Line Start with

I need to append to previous line all the line not starting by 2005, here is a example :

2005abcdefghij .....
1234567 ....
2005abcdefghij .....

The result should be
2005abcdefghij ..... 1234567
2005abcdefghij .....

Apparently, sed command could help for that :
sed -e :a -e '/$!N;s/\N2005/ /;ta' -e ...

But I don't know exactly how to do that ...
Please help !
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sed -ne '/^2005/{N; s/\n//; p;}' <xxx

where xxx is the file with the text.
Old 05-31-2005, 02:28 AM   #3
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Tks Man, It's working !!!

I really appreciate your help.

Hope I can help you next time !

Best Regards


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