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comment Grep for contents between two markers with newlines
AWK may not be the right tool if you want to exclude the search tags because it is line oriented so basically it matches a start line and an end line. If you want to exclude the delimiters, the XSLT version will be more adapted because XSLT understands the XML structure and will let you manipulate child nodes. In practice the XSLT example above strips out all XML tags and outputs the text only.
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Corrected the answer with an AWK script that should work.
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