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May 14, 2012, 13:22

You can do it easily with a Perl one-liner:

perl -pe '@a = aa..bx; s/(\d+)/$a[$1-1]/ge'

Example:

$ perl -pe '@a = aa..bx; s/(\d+)/$a[$1-1]/ge'
1
aa
2
ab
3
ac
26
az
27
ba
50
bx
^C

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