Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting extract multiple sections of file Post 302176628 by rgentis on Tuesday 18th of March 2008 07:48:31 PM
Thank you for your prompt response.

It did what I wanted. However the three sections need to be parsed to to different files.

So you have
This should be taken to file 1
This should be taken to file 2


Also I noticed that the ST and SE are numbered.

Thank you

Last edited by rgentis; 03-18-2008 at 10:07 PM.. Reason: Added something
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