2 Bash commands to change strings in multiple files at once.

Search and replace text in several files simultaneously right from the Linux terminal to gain efficiency and minimize mistakes.

by Roberto Nozaki Red Hat Sudoer .

Topics Bash Command line utilities Text editors Automation.

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