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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers A challenge for you sed/awk wizards... Post 302142094 by radoulov on Wednesday 24th of October 2007 10:01:39 AM
Old 10-24-2007
Code:
awk '/"id"/{split($2,n,",");for(i in n)print n[i],$6}' RS="}" FS='"[:,]"|"$' filename

Use nawk or /usr/xpg4/bin/awk on Solaris.

If the order is important Smilie

Code:
awk '/"id"/{c=split($2,n,",");for(i=1;i<=c;i++)print n[i],$6}' RS="}" FS='"[:,]"|"$' filename

 

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sasl_checkapop(3)						  SASL man pages						 sasl_checkapop(3)

NAME
sasl_checkapop - Check an APOP challenge/response SYNOPSIS
#include <sasl/sasl.h> int sasl_checkapop(sasl_conn_t *conn, const char *challenge, unsigned challen, const char *response, unsigned resplen); DESCRIPTION
sasl_checkapop() will check an APOP challenge/response. APOP is an optional POP3 (RFC 1939) authentication command which uses a shared secret (password). The password is stored in the SASL secrets database. For information on the SASL shared secrets database see the System Administrators Guide in the doc/ directory of the SASL distribution. If called with a NULL challenge, sasl_checkapop() will check to see if the APOP mechanism is enabled. RETURN VALUE
sasl_checkapop returns an integer which corresponds to one of the following codes. SASL_OK indicates that the authentication is complete. All other return codes indicate errors and should either be handled or the authentication session should be quit. See sasl_errors(3) for meanings of return codes. CONFORMING TO
RFC 4422, RFC 1939 SEE ALSO
sasl(3), sasl_errors(3) SASL
29 June 2001 sasl_checkapop(3)

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