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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting String Manipulation Post 302473656 by pravin27 on Monday 22nd of November 2010 02:02:43 AM
Old 11-22-2010
Try this,
Code:
awk -F"|" 'BEGIN{a["JAN"]="01"
a["FEB"]="02"
a["MAR"]="03"
a["APR"]="04"
a["MAY"]="05"
a["JUN"]="06"
a["JUL"]="07"
a["AUG"]="08"
a["SEP"]="09"
a["OCT"]="10"
a["NOV"]="11"
a["DEC"]="12" }
{for(i=1;i<=NF;i++) {if($i ~ /[0-9].[A-Z]..[0-9].../){printf a[substr($i,3,3)]"\\"substr($i,1,2)"\\"substr($i,6) FS}else{printf $i FS}}printf "\n" }' inputfile

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NAME
APR::Request::CGI - wrapper for libapreq2's CGI handle. SYNOPSIS
use APR::Request::CGI; my $req = APR::Request::CGI->handle($pool); DESCRIPTION
The APR::Request::CGI module provides a constructor for accessing CGI request data associated to a pool via libapreq2. This manpage documents version 2.13 of the APR::Request::CGI package. METHODS
APR::Request::CGI - derived from "APR::Request". handle APR::Request::CGI->handle($pool) Creates an APR::Request::CGI object. The argument $pool is an APR::Pool object. SEE ALSO
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