Append file2 to file1, without overwriting the current file1.
cat file2 >> file1
Create and write to Text File Using the
cat > input.txt "Hello World" # Ctrl+D to exit
s command (as in substitute) is probably the most important in
sed and has a lot of different options. The syntax of the
s command is ‘s/regexp/replacement/flags’.
Its basic concept is simple: the
s command attempts to match the pattern space against the supplied regular expression regexp; if the match is successful, then that portion of the pattern space which was matched is replaced with replacement.
sed -i 's/regexp/replacement/g' inputfile
The sync command synchronizes the contents of a bucket and a directory.
aws s3 sync ./public 's3://michael.taylor.ca'