Re: How can I join a range of lines in SED ?
Date: 14 Apr 2004 05:39:31 -0700
Thanks very much for the help, I used John's perl version as it was
I keep meaning to do more perl, and have had the Camel book since 1997
but never manage to get into it, is there a better quick reference
book (ie unix in a nutshell type info for perl), someone could
recommend as maybe this would help me get into it more??
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