@CyReVolt but `sed(1)` is just a stream editor, not a file editor (ie. it just modifies output).
I'd have to pipe it through `cat(1)` or smth.
Or `sed -i` for the non-purists.
@neb The -i is awful bloat, yes. Be true UNIX. Do one thing and do it well. An editor doesn't need to do file I/O. :D
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