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Old Unix and Linux 06-09-2009   -   Original Discussion by salaathi
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delete liines using sed.


I am trying to delete all lines in a file which starts with SG.

Command : sed -e "s/^SG/d/" bcpfile > test1.

But the above command just replaces 'SG' with 'd'. Please suggest the correct command to delete the whole line.