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comment Find and replace text within a file using commands
@Akiva If you include regex special characters in your search sed will match them. Add a -r flag if you want to use extended REs instead.
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comment How can i Change LibreOffice UI?
If you use a dark system theme, LO will pick up on that: i.stack.imgur.com/83bJ9.png
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comment Find and replace text within a file using commands
echo 'hello world' | tr 'hello' 'goodbye' produces goddb wbrdd
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comment Find and replace text within a file using commands
The question asks about replacing words; tr converts every individual character from the first string to the corresponding character in the second string. So in your example, every 'b' in the file becomes an 'r'; every space becomes a 'p'; and so forth.
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comment How to bind Ctrl+arrows to Home and End keys? xmodmap does not work
@JeffDror it's <page_up> and <page_down> ( code.google.com/p/autokey/wiki/SpecialKeys )
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comment How to bind Ctrl+arrows to Home and End keys? xmodmap does not work
Still works for me using Ubuntu 13.10 and AutoKey 0.90.1.
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