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Command Line Text Processing

Learn about various commands available for common and exotic text processing needs. Examples have been tested on GNU/Linux - there'd be syntax/feature variations with other distributions, consult their respective man pages for details.

⚠️ 🚧 Work in progress, stay tuned...


Chapters

Rough drafts

Possible additions - seems like these won't be coming any time soon :(

  • Parsers for html, xml, csv, json, etc
  • Renaming files
  • other commands like split, combine, datamash, etc

Contributing

  • Please open an issue for typos/bugs/suggestions/etc
    • Even for pull requests, open an issue for discussion before submitting PRs
  • Share the repo with friends/colleagues, on social media, etc to help reach other learners
  • In case you need to reach me, mail me at echo 'yrneaolrknzcyr.arg@tznvy.pbz' | tr 'a-z' 'n-za-m' or send a DM via twitter

Webinar recordings

Recorded couple of videos based on content in the chapters, not sure if I'll do more


exercises

Check out exercises directory to solve practice questions, right from the command line itself

As of now, only grep exercises has been added. Stay tuned for more


ebook

Includes only completed chapters

Individual ebooks with more content, explanations, exercises, etc:

See https://learnbyexample.github.io/books/ for links to bundles and other ebooks


Acknowledgements


License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

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