Quick tip to change parameters in different files
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for i in *.cfg; do mv $i $i.bak;sed \’s/a/b/\’ $i.bak > $i; done
The above command is very useful to change certain regular expressions in couple of files in one directory. This can be used in variety of ways to achieve a lot of things which would normally take some time to do manually.
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Authored By Amit Agarwal
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