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12.3. Syntax of sed Commands

sed commands have the general form:

[address[,address]][!]command [arguments]

sed commands consist of addresses and editing commands. commands consist of a single letter or symbol; they are described later, alphabetically and by group. arguments include the label supplied to b or t, the filename supplied to r or w, and the substitution flags for s. addresses are described in the next section.

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