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2009-09-22

sed to remove word

Assume I have a string of "(PORT=12)"

Use sed to remove the number

bash-2.05$ echo "(PORT=12)" | sed "s/\(PORT=\)\([0-9]*\)/\1/"
(PORT=)

Use sed to remove the word, and keep the number

bash-2.05$ echo "(PORT=12)" | sed "s/\(PORT=\)\([0-9]*\)/\2/"
(12)

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