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Stupid shell stuff: prepending a character on each line

On Sat, Jan 9, 2010 at 7:02 PM, Don Levey <lug-TwWeWiF2EGRi+ztankeudA at> wrote:
> apparently, I been to prepend the "." to each line.

As usual, there are several ways to do this ... here is one:

$ sed 's/^/\./' file

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