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@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ For example, if you are putting the PID into the data section with C<< $log->dat
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-Since you have access to any perl functions you need, including L<JSON::XS>. Also, you can combine C<--map> and C<--grep>. For example, here is how to do a "pass-through" grep where the output is another valid JSON-encoded L<Log::Defer> file:
+As with C<--grep>, you have access to any perl functions you need including L<JSON::XS>. Also, you can combine C<--map> and C<--grep>. For example, here is how to do a "pass-through" grep where the output is another valid JSON-encoded L<Log::Defer> file:
$ log-defer-viz -g '_->{data}->{username} eq "jimmy"' \
-m 'encode_json _' \
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@@ -471,7 +471,7 @@ For example, if you are putting the PID into the data section with C<< $log->dat
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-Since you have access to any perl functions you need, including L<JSON::XS>. Also, you can combine C<--map> and C<--grep>. For example, here is how to do a "pass-through" grep where the output is another valid JSON-encoded L<Log::Defer> file:
+As with C<--grep>, you have access to any perl functions you need including L<JSON::XS>. Also, you can combine C<--map> and C<--grep>. For example, here is how to do a "pass-through" grep where the output is another valid JSON-encoded L<Log::Defer> file:
$ log-defer-viz -g '_->{data}->{username} eq "jimmy"' \
-m 'encode_json _' \

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