I can do it in sed...
sjmachin at lexicon.net
Thu Mar 17 02:24:35 CET 2005
Kotlin Sam wrote:
> I have spent so much time using sed and awk that I think that way.
> when I have to do some Python things, I am having to break out of my
> sed-ness and awk-ness, and it is causing me problems. I'm trying.
> Here are the two things that I'm trying to do:
> In sed, I can print every line between ^start to ^end by using
> /^start/,/^end/p. It's quick, easy, and doesn't take much time. Is
> a way to do this easily in Python?
> Also, I frequently use something like s/^[A-Z]/~&/ to pre-pend a
> or some other string to the beginning of the matched string. I know
> to find the matched string, but I don't know how to change the
> of it while still keeping the matched part.
> If I were able to stay in the *nix environment for all my work, I
> do it with these tools and the beloved pipe(|), but that isn't my lot
> life. I would do it in Perl, but, frankly, it gives me headaches even
> looking at it.
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