"rsed" is an R package that contains tools for stream editing: manipulating text files by making insertions, replacements, deletions, substitutions, or commenting. It hails from the powerful Unix command, "sed". While the "rsed" package is not nearly as powerful as "see", it is much simpler to use. R programmers often write scripts that may require simple manipulation of text files. "rsed" addresses that need.
rsed; 004863MLTPL00 Battelle IPID 30935-E
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Yes BSD license. http://pnnl.github.io/rsed
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Software released as open source under BSD license.
The functions in "rsed" were originally part of the "Smisc" package (http://github.com/pnnl/Smisc), a previously released invention.
Pacific Northwest National Lab. (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States)
Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Division (PNNL)
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