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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting How can i split this.. :)? Post 302989718 by networksherlock on Tuesday 17th of January 2017 01:05:04 PM
i maked this.

Code:
#!/usr/bin/env bash

read ip

oktet1=`echo $ip | cut -d \. -f 1`
oktet2=`echo $ip | cut -d \. -f 2`
oktet3=`echo $ip | cut -d \. -f 3`
oktet4=`echo $ip | cut -d \. -f 3`

echo $oktet1
echo $oktet2
echo $oktet3
echo $oktet4

but i want cut secon octet on ip (eg:192.168.1.1)
168
a=1
b=6
c=8
thank you for your reply.
 
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GLOBASH(1)							 GLOBAL Utilities							GLOBASH(1)

NAME
globash - invoke a GLOBAL shell environment. SYNOPSIS
globash DESCRIPTION
globash is a bash shell enviroment that provides easy access to GLOBAL data about a project. More information about its use is available in the global.info documentation, and from globash itself at any time with the ghelp command that is available from inside it. OPTIONS
There are no options. Or blue pills. Just a simple shortcut to a bigger shell game. FILES
/etc/globash.rc - where all the real machinery lives. BUGS
As a wrapper globash gets to inherit bugs from other software too. But its hardly big enough to have many on its own. SEE ALSO
gtags(1), global(1), htmake(1), htags(1), and the global info documentation. AUTHOR
Ron Lee <ron@debian.org>, wrote this manpage, added the globash wrapper, and made a few minor tweaks to the globash.rc file which does all the real work and was written by Shigio Yamaguchi. Debian GNU/Linux 6 August 2005 GLOBASH(1)
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