Replaces strings in files or from standard output
replace provides an easier alternative to sed of replacing one or more strings with another in one or more text or binary files or from standard input. The FEATURES file in the distribution has a comparison of sed, rpl, and replace to help users decide which program is best for them.
4 June 2001
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|Richard K. Lloyd||Maintainer|
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