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10.2 Conceptual Overview

Sed is a non-interactive, or stream-oriented, editor. It interprets a script and performs the actions in the script. Sed is stream-oriented because, like many UNIX programs, input flows through the program and is directed to standard output. For example, sort is stream-oriented; vi is not. Sed's input typically comes from a file but can be directed from the keyboard. Output goes to the screen by default but can be captured in a file instead.

10.2.1 Typical Uses of Sed Include:

10.2.2 Sed Operates as Follows:

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