Here's my input:
Note: there's a space and newline between "Yellow" and "5"
I am piping this to sed:
| sed -n 's#.*<string>\(.*\)</string>#\1#p'
and I am getting the output:
I know that, because sed strips the newline from the end of each input line, the newline is not there to be matched - so that accounts for the result. I have read articles on adding the next line from the buffer, but I can't work out what I need to use in the pattern match to get this to work.
The output I want is:
(In case it makes a difference, I am using a Mac, so I need this to work with - I think - the FreeBSD variant of sed.)
Of course, if another tool is better for what I want to achieve I am open to suggestions! Thanks!