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Re: how to %g/notice/d

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: how to %g/notice/d
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 10:45:59 -0600
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Chang PilHun wrote:
> I want to delete all lines that includes 'notice' string.
> in vim, I can do that by :%g/notice/d
> How to in emacs?

What could be more obvious than `M-x delete-matching-lines'?

Since vim/vi users love the sed syntax, you can always run sed on your
Emacs buffer like this:

C-x h   ; mark-whole-buffer
C-u M-| ; [replace region with output from] shell-command-on-region
sed '...' RET   ; e.g. /notice/d

Kevin Rodgers

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