"Multiply whole column with a value"

Post #302483741 by yale_work on Tuesday 28th of December 2010 10:11:55 AM

Multiply whole column with a value

I need to multiply 3rd column (comma seperated) of entire file by a value say 2.2.

Suppose the file is:
C,Gas $ YTD(TRI),15512.36,01/01/2010

New file should be (3rd column value multiplied by 2.2):
C,Gas $ YTD(TRI),34127.192,01/01/2010

Last edited by Franklin52; 12-29-2010 at 09:04 AM.. Reason: Please use code tags

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