Search and replace on the bash shell is very useful for various one-liner shell commands. The below example shows how to replace a # character with a * character. [email protected]:/mnt/c/Users/johnc/Documents$ cat ip.c | sed ‘s/#/*/gi;’ *include <stdio.h>   int main() { printf(".");   return 0; }[email protected]:/mnt/c/Users/johnc/Documents$ cat ip.c | sed ‘s/#/*/gi;’ *include <stdio.h> int main() …

Using wildcards on the Linux command line This is a standard listing of files with wildcards in the bash shell. [email protected] ~/Documents $ ls *.wad basenew.wad cc4-tex.wad city-heat.wad dark.wad doom.wad plutonia.wad scythe2.wad SKYTEST.wad brick.wad cchest4.wad consoleCopy.wad doom2.wad hexen.wad RIII.wad scythex.wad [email protected] ~/Documents $ ls *.wad basenew.wad cc4-tex.wad city-heat.wad dark.wad doom.wad plutonia.wad scythe2.wad SKYTEST.wad brick.wad cchest4.wad …