Re: Removing Backslash with Sed

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Charles Curley wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 07, 2006 at 03:43:14PM -0400, R. G. Newbury wrote:
>> I have large number of scanned images of documents, which have been 
>> 'managed' by a windows program which produces an index page with a link 
>> to each document, and a document page with links to each page in the 
>> document. There are about 1400 document pages.
>> Unfortunately the windows program produces a link in the form:
>> <a href='..\index.html'><img src='..\header_index.jpg'>
>> That is: containing backslashes.
>> I have tried to figure our a search/replace line for sed but nothing I 
>> have tried part I assume because the '\' is itself the 
>> 'escape' character. Even so, search expressions like '..\\' do not work.
>> ANyone know how to do this? There are about 20 backslashes in each 
>> document index page, so I am not even considering a manual method... 
>> although that works...
> Try this untested line on a throw-away file:
> sed -i s/\\/\//g filename
I like this form better - you do not have to use / to separate
fileds, and I find using @ is more readable in cases like this. I
also find that enclosing the regular expression in quotes works better.

sed -i -e 's@\\@/@g' filename


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