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I am on a Mac and trying to clean up some monthly files with a very simple SED:
sed '3,10d;/<ACROSS>/,$d' input.txt > output.txt
(from the input, delete lines 3 - 10; then delete from the line containing <ACROSS> to the end of the file)
then output to output.txt
Even when I try... (2 Replies)