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ed [-] [-Gs] [-p string] [file] red [-] [-Gs] [-p string] [file]
edcommands `G', `V', `f', `l', `m', `t' and `!!'. If the default behavior of these commands does not seem familiar, then try invoking
edwith this switch.
ed's standard input is from a script.
file specifies the name of a file to read. If file is
prefixed with a bang (!), then it is interpreted as a shell command. In
this case, what is read is the standard output of file executed
sh (1). To read a file whose name begins with a bang, prefix
the name with a backslash (\). The default filename is set to
file only if it is not prefixed with a bang.
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