Ubuntu Linux Tips and Tricks

Some tips for Ubuntu Desktop LTS users

Regular expressions with an example: kiki

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In the previous article, I have been using sed with one regular expression. One can design and test the regular expression with a tool like Kiki. Here is a screenshot of the regular expression that was created to match the Linux Kernel Version from the output of ‘uname -a’:

kiki 0.5.6-8.

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