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n

[address1][,address2]n

Read next line of input into pattern space. The current line is sent to standard output, and the next line becomes the current line. Control passes to the command following n instead of resuming at the top of the script.

Example

In the ms macros, a section header occurs on the line below an .NH macro. To print all lines of header text, invoke this script with sed -n:

/^\.NH/{
n
p
}


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