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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Numbering! Post 13486 by biglemon on Thursday 17th of January 2002 09:51:21 PM
Old 01-17-2002
well.....if i have a file with 10k line...
i want to rename each line in recursive mode...(while loop)?!
form 000,001...999,000,001.....999....etc....

Must i do something like this :

echo $number+`echo original | cut -c4-` >> newfile

this line by line method will take me one day to complete....
can someone suggest a better way?

Last edited by biglemon; 01-18-2002 at 05:25 AM..

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DAHDI_HARDWARE(8)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					 DAHDI_HARDWARE(8)

dahdi_hardware - Shows Dahdi hardware devices. SYNOPSIS
dahdi_hardware [-v][-x] OPTIONS
-v Verbose ouput - show spans used by each device etc. Currently only implemented for the Xorcom Astribank. -x Show disconnected Astribank unit, if any. DESCRIPTION
Show all dahdi hardware devices. Devices are recognized according to lists of PCI and USB IDs in Dahdi::Hardware::PCI.pm and Dahdi::Hardware::USB.pm . For PCI it is possible to detect by sub-vendor and sub-product ID as well. The first output column is the connector: a bus specific field that shows where this device is. The second field shows which driver should handle the device. a "-" sign marks that the device is not yet handled by this driver. A "+" sign means that the device is handled by the driver. For the Xorcom Astribank (and in the future: for other Dahdi devices) some further information is provided from the driver. Those extra lines always begin with spaces. Example output: Without drivers loaded: usb:001/002 xpp_usb- e4e4:1152 Astribank-multi FPGA-firmware usb:001/003 xpp_usb- e4e4:1152 Astribank-multi FPGA-firmware pci:0000:01:0b.0 wctdm- e159:0001 Wildcard TDM400P REV H With drivers loaded, without -v: usb:001/002 xpp_usb+ e4e4:1152 Astribank-multi FPGA-firmware usb:001/003 xpp_usb+ e4e4:1152 Astribank-multi FPGA-firmware pci:0000:01:0b.0 wctdm+ e159:0001 Wildcard TDM400P REV E/F With drivers loaded, with -v: usb:001/002 xpp_usb+ e4e4:1152 Astribank-multi FPGA-firmware LABEL=[usb:123] CONNECTOR=usb-0000:00:1d.7-1 XBUS-00/XPD-00: FXS Span 2 XBUS-00/XPD-10: FXS Span 3 XBUS-00/XPD-20: FXS Span 4 XBUS-00/XPD-30: FXS Span 5 usb:001/003 xpp_usb+ e4e4:1152 Astribank-multi FPGA-firmware LABEL=[usb:4567] CONNECTOR=usb-0000:00:1d.7-4 XBUS-01/XPD-00: FXS Span 6 XPP-SYNC XBUS-01/XPD-10: FXO Span 7 XBUS-01/XPD-20: FXO Span 8 XBUS-01/XPD-30: FXO Span 9 pci:0000:01:0b.0 wctdm+ e159:0001 Wildcard TDM400P REV E/F perl v5.14.2 2009-04-20 DAHDI_HARDWARE(8)

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