The GNU ed line editor
This manual is for GNU ed (version 1.4, 10 July 2009).
GNU ed is an 8-bit clean, more or less POSIX-compliant
implementation of the standard Unix line editor. These days,
full-screen editors have rendered `ed' mostly of historical interest.
Nonetheless, it appeals to a handful of aging programmers who still
believe that "Small is Beautiful".
- Overview of the `ed' command
- Introduction to Line Editing
- Getting started with GNU `ed'
- Invoking Ed
- Command line interface
- Line Addressing
- Specifying lines/ranges in the buffer
- Regular Expressions
- Patterns for selecting text
- Commands recognized by GNU `ed'
- Intrinsic limits of GNU `ed'
- GNU `ed' error handling
- Reporting bugs
- GNU Free Documentation License
- How you can copy and share this manual
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