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Old 8th March 2009
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Default escape single quote in sed

I've googled the all world, but can't find the answer to this question:
I need to replace in a file s' (s plus single quote) with another character (one character in the place of two). I tried this (and many other variants):
sed 's/s\'/X/' file > newfile
but I always get a
what should I do?
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