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Old 24th July 2008
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Default sh replace string

Let's say i have some input data
$DATA="Some text data that i want to change"

and i want to replace spaces with some other letter, lets say "_"
How can i do that in sh?
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DATA='Some text data that i want to change'
DATA=$(echo $DATA | tr ' ' _)
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Code:
DATA="Some text data that i want to change"
DATA=$( echo $DATA | sed 's|text data|binary crap|' )
echo $DATA
Sorry, didn't see you wanted to just switch one character. tr is best for that.
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