Oliver.Marshall at g2support.com
Fri Sep 23 11:37:09 UTC 2011
Can you help me with a sed command? I have a string as follows;
And I want to remove everything before the 1, leaving;
I thought that the following should do it but it doesn't appear to work. Any ideas what I should be using?
sed "/^FileVersion: */!d; s///;q"
(This is using SED for windows, but as far as I can see the syntax is the same).
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