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Unix command to update contents of a file

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Hi guys,
Need some help with writing a unix pipeline that updates the content of a file by replacing all the matches of wordX with the symbol '&' and replacing each word at the end of a line with wordY.  If the command completes sucessfully it should print 'YES' otherwise print 'NO'


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If you mean replacing wordX<newline> with wordY<newline>, the following should work:

sed -e 's/wordX$/WordY$/g' -e 's/wordX/&/g' < SourceFile > DestinationFile


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