Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting how to use "cut" or "awk" or "sed" to remove a string Post 302597753 by psychognite on Sunday 12th of February 2012 04:29:58 AM
cat log | cut -d/ -f1,3 | tr -d \"/

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GAPPLETVIEWER(1)                                                        GNU                                                       GAPPLETVIEWER(1)

gappletviewer - Load and runs an applet SYNOPSIS
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