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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Sed Awk Cut Grep Combination Help ? Post 302294675 by radoulov on Thursday 5th of March 2009 03:54:51 PM
Old 03-05-2009
Use nawk or /usr/xpg4/bin/awk on Solaris:

Code:
awk 'NR == FNR {
  /Name/ && n = $2
  /Local State/ && _[n] = $NF
  /Total Connections/ && _[n] = _[n] FS $3
  next
  }
/content/ { c = $2 }
/service/ && $NF in _ {
  split(_[$NF], t)
  print "CONTENT", c
  print "Service", $NF
  print "What is the current State?", t[1]
  print "What is the number of Total Connections?", t[2] RS
  }' file1 file2

 

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NAME
gdcmdiff - .SH "SYNOPSIS" gdcmdiff [options] file1 file2 DESCRIPTION
The gdcmdiff command line program takes as input two DICOM file: file1 and file2. PARAMETERS
file1 DICOM input filename file2 DICOM output filename options options -m --meta Compare metainformation. Default is off. -t <n> --truncate <n> String values trimmed to n characters. general options -h --help print this help text and exit -v --version print version information and exit -V --verbose verbose mode (warning+error). -W --warning warning mode, print warning information -E --error error mode, print error information -D --debug debug mode, print debug information Simple usage gdcmdiff is a great tool to diff DICOM files. Usage is simply: $ gdcmdiff input1.dcm input2.dcm SEE ALSO
gdcmdump(1), gdcminfo(1) COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2006-2011 Mathieu Malaterre Version 2.2.0 Tue Feb 5 2013 gdcmdiff(1)

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