Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting getting the stanza names if the pattern found Post 302137034 by vijaya2006 on Friday 21st of September 2007 09:05:29 AM
Data getting the stanza names if the pattern found

Hi Friends,
I have a file as below :


Now ...i need to find all the stanza names that have the pattern "qwerty'"
in it...( i need to get the output as machine1 and machine3 since qwerty pattern is found there).
Can anybody share there knowledge in this?

Thanks in advance

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This subclass of PDL allows one to manipulate PDLs of 'byte' type as if they were made of fixed length strings, not just numbers. This type of behavior is useful when you want to work with charactar grids. The indexing is done on a string level and not a character level for the 'setstr' and 'atstr' commands. This module is in particular useful for writing NetCDF files that include character data using the PDL::NetCDF module. FUNCTIONS
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