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c123456749 (03-03-20, 07:41 PM)
How do I run this sed script on Linux?

I tried placing the code in a file named as386.sed and then executing the following command. The input to the program is in a file called input_file.

Command:
sed -i -f as386.sed input_file

When I run this is tells me, sed: file as386.sed line 1: unknown command: '*'

If I put at the top of that file "#!/bin/bash" and run the command it tells me, sed: file as386.sed line 3: extra characters after command.

A link to the sed script is here:



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Thank you,
Jasen Betts (03-04-20, 02:09 AM)
On 2020-03-03, c123456749 <c123456749> wrote:
> How do I run this sed script on Linux?
> I tried placing the code in a file named as386.sed and then executing the following command. The input to the program is in a file called input_file.
> Command:
> sed -i -f as386.sed input_file
> When I run this is tells me, sed: file as386.sed line 1: unknown command: '*'
> If I put at the top of that file "#!/bin/bash" and run the command it tells me, sed: file as386.sed line 3: extra characters after command.
> A link to the sed script is here:
>
> Click on the "DJGPP news group" link.
> Thank you,


delete that line it's not part of the script, the first lines are:

#\
# @(#)as386.sed1.1 - 86/11/17\
#\

similalrly the last lines are:

G
s/\n//
s/;/\//
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