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Возможно ли получить эту защиту на Mac? Возможно ли получить эту защиту на Mac? Top Antivirus for Android. How to Fix Cracked Android Apps. Safe browser for Android.Q: Delete lines not starting with a character in each file using awk/sed? I have large number of log files. I want to remove lines not starting with >. For example, if the file contains abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 123456 1234567890123456 ... then I want to get the output as abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 123456 1234567890123456 ... I am trying to do it using awk as following: for i in {1..5}; do sed -i '/^>/d' $i.log done But it's not working. A: How about sed -e's@^[^>]*@@g' @^ matches the start of the line [^>]* matches anything except > [^>]* matches the character class, literally (you could use @^[^>].*@ if you wanted that behaviour) @@g matches and replaces the whole line I don't know if there is a specific sed command to match and replace on line starts, but this works for me with GNU sed. You may wish to use the -i option to sed to suppress the message about overwriting an existing file. A slightly more elegant way to express this (which doesn't involve a loop and is more efficient if the files are big) is sed -E's@^[^>]*@@g' The -E switch makes sed treat its input as a regular expression (using the POSIX BRE regular expression syntax) and -E makes it replace all matches with the replacement text




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