I can see the usefulness of netsed, and I can get it running, but I can’t seem to arrange it in a way that would be suitable for a screenshot. Hence …
Sorry, that’s all you get. 😦
netsed should do the same thing as sed, and swap out strings of characters as they pass — this time, through network connections.
Perhaps I had my hopes up, but I was expecting to be able to substitute every occurrence of the word “program” on this site with “cheeseburger.” A weak attempt at comedy. 🙄
It appears to be working though, and a new version was released a few months ago. So short of the fact that, once again, I can’t seem to get the program to perform, I have no reason to doubt this is a useful gadget.
See, this would have been so much funnier if the word “cheeseburger” kept appearing … 😕