"UNIX inquiry for 'awk'"

Post #302934074 by steven_huskie on Wednesday 4th of February 2015 12:33:09 PM

Full Discussion: UNIX inquiry for 'awk'
RedHat UNIX inquiry for 'awk'

Hello Everyone,

May I ask for your help regarding one of the UNIX command “awk”. So I executed a script and the output looks like this (see below):

output.txt

Code:
CONTRACTNAME                                                                                                                                                           
CONTRACTKEY                                                                                      STATUS
WirelessSalesWeb use of IRISAutographService_v2_1 (2.1)                                                                                                                
58e9e440-a721-11e4-a161-901f801762ca:2579                                        Production

CONTRACTNAME                                                                                                                                                         
CONTRACTKEY                                                                                      STATUS
WirelessSalesWeb use of CreditCardMgmtService_v1_0 (1.0)                                                                                                               
0882528f-5933-11e4-9ee3-abe338c1dc06:2254                                        Production


But I want the output to be like this (neat column format):


Code:
CONTRACTNAME            CONTRACTKEY              STATUS                                                                                                                    
<result>                      <result>                     <result>

Can you help me on this?

Last edited by Corona688; 02-04-2015 at 02:46 PM..
 
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inquiry-device-type(9P) 				   Kernel Properties for Drivers				   inquiry-device-type(9P)

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These are optional properties, typically created by the system, for SCSI target devices. References to these properties should use their sys/scsi/impl/inquiry.h defined names. inquiry-device-type is an integer property. When present, the least significant byte of the value indicates the device type as defined by the SCSI standard. Consumers of this property should compare the property values with DTYPE_* values defined in sys/scsi/generic/inquiry.h. inquiry-vendor-id is a string property. When present, it contains the vendor information. This information typically comes from the scsi_inquiry(9S) "inq_vid" field. inquiry-product-id is a string property. When present, it contains the product identification. This information typically comes from the scsi_inquiry(9S) "inq_pid" field. inquiry-revision-id is a string property. When present, it contains the product revision. This revision typically comes from the scsi_inquiry(9S) "inq_rev" field. inquiry-serial-no is a string property. When present, it contains the serial number. The serial number is typically obtained from the EVPD "Unit Serial Number" SCSI INQUIRY data (page 0x80). SEE ALSO
scsi_inquiry(9S) Writing Device Drivers NOTES
Values established at tran_tgt_init(9E) time by an HBA driver take precedence over values established by the system, and HBA driver values may not be the same length as the typical scsi_inquiry(9S) field. SunOS 5.11 18 May 2001 inquiry-device-type(9P)

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