Learn “Find and replace” of Unix with real time industry examples

Find Replace command for global change

Data governance , security compliance , client contract force us to use command line. There are couple of reasons where you would need to do unix find and replace? Here i am sharing few of the scenario i am aware of. Request you to share in comments if you have any new scenario or question to be discussed.

Few real time scenarios where you end up doing Unix Find and Replace..

Unix Shell Scripting – 7 Components you should know to start with

Unix Shell Scripting Basics - Introduction

Unix Shell Scripting – 7 Steps i wish i knew when i started scripting – Introduction
This is an introductory guide for “Unix Shell Scripting Introduction” those who are quite comfortable with Unix commands and about to begin their travel towards scripting. Here I am trying to put up industry standard generic framework for shell scripting. Broadly, if your script is of high quality it will be written in these components. Believe me in so many places you will not see this, and please don’t blame me for that !!!!!!!

UNIX vi Editor Commands: Learn 5 Simple Commands to Master it

5 UNIX VI editor commands, for fresher group to master VI Editor

UNIX vi editor was the first biggest hurdle for me to get interest in UNIX, I was refraining to cultivate interest in UNIX initially. Just because I was not convinced to remember many commands to work in text editor in today’s time (like vi editor). Moreover because of UNIX server settings I was not even able to use FTP tools also like filezilla and WinScp.

4 Ways to Remove M Characters “Control M” or “^M” or “CTRL M” Characters in a UNIX file

UNIX script to remove control m characters

Remove M Characters “Control M” or “^M” in UNIX file. It can be achieved by 4 ways though my vote will be for script as it is handy and easy.To call it from anywhere: you need to make small entry in .profile or .login or .cshrc file which is generally hidden and can’t be seen simply.
you need to use (ls -a) to see hidden files.
Objective of this post is to address below questions