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Old 01-25-2011
sed command

Hi Can any one explain the below sed command.

cat file.txt|sed 's/^Connected\.//g' | sed 1d


Second sed 1d is deleting 1st line .
But i have no idea of first sed.

Please help.
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Old 01-25-2011
Deletes the string "Connected." which is found at the beginning of any line.
She "s" at the beginning means "replace string". The first pattern "/^Connected\./" is the pattern to match, the second section "//" means the string to replace it with (in this case empty because they want to simply delete the string) and "g" means globally across the whole line/file. The matching pattern itself - "^" denotes the beginning of the input line and "\." is a dot - "." by itself means any character.
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