Two Ways to Remove Blank Lines from a File in Bash

Removing blank lines from a file is very simple in bash. Here are two ways in which this can be accomplished using “sed” and “grep”

sed -i '/^$/d' filename

and

grep -v '^$' inputfile > outputfile
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