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Is the -E option available instead - both have the meaning "use extended regexes"?


No, I do not see the -E option available in AIX for sed.

I have attached part of the sed man page.
sed not applying /d "delete line" option-aix-man-page-sedpng
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Is the -E option available instead - both have the meaning "use extended regexes"?
Hi RudiC that is only available with GNU sed and/or BSD sed, not with sed on AIX.
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Well, too bad.
Please abstain from posting screen shots or pictures to show texts like code, output, or error messages. Post the text as is to enable people to copy and use it.

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