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Juanje on 05/30/08


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Show few lines from a file with sed


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Some times you need some specific range of lines from a file and the commands 'head' and 'tail' are not enough for you. This could be a easy solution for this problem.

  1. # show from line 12 to line 23
  2. sed -n '12,23 p' archivo.txt
  3.  
  4. # or just one (line 15)
  5. sed -n 15p archivo.txt

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