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In this Stackoverflow question, the poster wants to know how to read only those lines whose immediate predecessor and successor lines satisfy certain conditions. For simplicity, the OP specifies that only lines that are not immediately preceded and followed by lines matching /foo/ should be printed, but why not generalize, right?

Posted by dotCore  |   Submitted: Aug 20 2013 / 23:07

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