Enhanced version of the sed text editor
ssed is a version of sed that supports a few new features, including Perl regular expressions and much greater speed than GNU sed. A few experimental features were mutuated from Perl, including in-place editing (the `-i' flag) and the ability to pipe a command in the Bourne shell was added.
DocumentationUser guide included
released on 11 February 2005
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