sed (stream editor) is a Unix utility that parses text and implements a programming language which can apply transformations to such text. It reads input line by line (sequentially), applying the operation which has been specified via the command line (or a sed script), and then outputs the line. It was developed from 1973 to 1974 as a Unix utility by Lee E. McMahon of Bell Labs, and is available today for most operating systems.
Other articles related to "sed":
... SED Systems is a communications company supplying both systems and services to the satellite industry ... Originating in 1965, SED is located in the Innovation Place Research Park on the University of Saskatchewan campus ... SED employs approximately 300 employees and annually achieves sales of about 50 million dollars ...
... Party Bruno Böttge November 18, 1946-October 1948 SED Adam Wolfram 1948-1950 SED Michael Schöder 1950-1952 SED Klaus Keitel 1990-1998 CDU Wolfgang Schaefer 1998-2002 SPD Adolf Spotka ...
... Despite the inherent limitations, sed scripts exist for games such as sokoban, arkanoid, and an implementation of tetris ...
... Sufferers of SED have an inability to eat certain foods based on texture or aroma ... Most sufferers of SED will still maintain a healthy or normal body weight ... There are no specific outward appearances associated with SED ...
... were taken from the political parties and mass organizations affiliated to the SED-controlled National Front ... The chairmanship was commonly occupied by the leader of the SED - short exceptions were the period of transformation from the leadership of Ulbricht to Honnecker from 1971 to 1976 and the ...
Famous quotes containing the word sed:
“Ego non baptizo te in nomine patris, sed in nomine diaboli! deliriously howled Ahab, as the malignant iron scorchingly devoured the baptismal blood.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“Nota: man is the intelligence of his soil,
The sovereign ghost. As such, the Socrates
Of snails, musician of pears, principium
And lex. Sed quæritur: is this same wig
Of things, this nincompated pedagogue,
Preceptor to the sea?”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)