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Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers awk with (if condition) Post 303046300 by sea on Thursday 30th of April 2020 06:35:30 AM
Old 04-30-2020
Something like this?
[~/tmp] 0 $ awk  '$4 <= 7000 {print}' "file.txt" | grep -v tSalary  | sort -k 4

Thomas	Manager		Sales		5000
Jason	Developer	Technology	5500
Vicky	DBA		Technology	6000
Sanjay	Sysadmin	Technology	7000

Hope this helps

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Last edited by sea; 04-30-2020 at 07:42 AM..
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package MyApp::Role::Job::Manager; use List::Util qw( first ); use Moose::Role; has 'employees' => ( is => 'rw', isa => 'ArrayRef[Employee]', ); sub assign_work { my $self = shift; my $work = shift; my $employee = first { !$_->has_work } @{ $self->employees }; die 'All my employees have work to do!' unless $employee; $employee->work($work); } package main; my $lisa = Employee->new( name => 'Lisa' ); MyApp::Role::Job::Manager->meta->apply($lisa); my $homer = Employee->new( name => 'Homer' ); my $bart = Employee->new( name => 'Bart' ); my $marge = Employee->new( name => 'Marge' ); $lisa->employees( [ $homer, $bart, $marge ] ); $lisa->assign_work('mow the lawn'); DESCRIPTION
In this recipe, we show how a role can be applied to an object. In this specific case, we are giving an employee managerial responsibilities. Applying a role to an object is simple. The Moose::Meta::Role object provides an "apply" method. This method will do the right thing when given an object instance. MyApp::Role::Job::Manager->meta->apply($lisa); We could also use the "apply_all_roles" function from Moose::Util. apply_all_roles( $person, MyApp::Role::Job::Manager->meta ); The main advantage of using "apply_all_roles" is that it can be used to apply more than one role at a time. We could also pass parameters to the role we're applying: MyApp::Role::Job::Manager->meta->apply( $lisa, -alias => { assign_work => 'get_off_your_lazy_behind' }, ); We saw examples of how method exclusion and alias working in roles recipe 2. CONCLUSION
Applying a role to an object instance is a useful tool for adding behavior to existing objects. In our example, it is effective used to model a promotion. It can also be useful as a sort of controlled monkey-patching for existing code, particularly non-Moose code. For example, you could create a debugging role and apply it to an object at runtime. AUTHOR
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