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Linux Shell Scripting:  Replace Slash

Posted on 2013-11-12
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How can I replace all slashses with %2f
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 f="abc/xyz/123"
 echo ${f}

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The result should be:
abc%2fxyz%2f123
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Question by:hankknight
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$ bar=${f////%2f}


$ echo ${bar}
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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You mean to replace them in the string f ?

This will replace them:

f=`echo $f | sed 's/\//\%2f/g'`

echo ${f}

But I'm not getting why you would want this ;)
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The first - elegant! - solution needs just a tiny correction:

f=${f//\//%2f}
echo $f
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