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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting awk summing specific lines and fields Post 302725241 by Yoda on Friday 2nd of November 2012 01:22:30 AM
Old 11-02-2012
Try this:-

Code:
sed 's/,//g;s/Bytes//g;s/GB//g;s/ //g' input_file | awk -F";" '
BEGIN {
        s1=0;
        s2=0;
        s3=0;
        s4=0;
} !/Parent/ {
        s1+=$9;
        s2+=$10;
        s3+=$11;
        s4+=$12;
}
END {
        printf("%.0f Bytes %f GB %f GB %f GB\n",s1, s2, s3, s4);
} '


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NAME
pagesizes - HylaFAX page size definitions DESCRIPTION
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