Yes I suppose, that sed and awk might do a nice job of it, but you'd have to
write a pretty big and complicated script. I'm not against sed and awk, they
are a kind of magic and they work wonders. They might work for the time being.
But in general I suppose, that some kind of c/c++ program might be better.
Still thanks for the suggestion, as I said, it might do for now.
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