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Posted By alister
"\|" is an undefined sequence. It looks like an...
"\|" is an undefined sequence. It looks like an escape sequence, but there is no such defined escape sequence in string literals. Some awk string parsers (as the quoted error message makes clear)...
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Posted By Scrutinizer
Note: the "T" command is GNU sed only... Nicely...
Note: the "T" command is GNU sed only...
Nicely done with range repetition..

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With this adaptation it should also work in regular sed:
sed -e :a -e "s/^\(.\{120,125\}\) /\10/; ta" file
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Posted By Don Cragun
Note that in an ERE, | is a special character and...
Note that in an ERE, | is a special character and does not match a pipe symbol. Even if that wasn't a problem, note that the 2nd grep in this script would not match 100, 026, or 040 even though all...
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Posted By Don Cragun
Sorry, but I must strenuously disagree with your...
Sorry, but I must strenuously disagree with your analysis and your rewrite of the code. If you look at the originally posted script (and my analysis of it in the message #3 in this thread) you will...
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Posted By Peasant
Yep, solaris runs inside Virtualbox as virtual...
Yep, solaris runs inside Virtualbox as virtual machine on Windows host.

Prebuilt machine is just a already installed Solaris for download as a vbox image (you just start it after download), with...
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Posted By alister
Combining both files into a single stream is a...
Combining both files into a single stream is a very clever approach, hanson44. Great idea. However, the implementation needs a bit more work. If the last line of the sorted stream belongs to file1,...
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Posted By alister
Most ps-grep pipelines are underspecified...
Most ps-grep pipelines are underspecified (including all instances in this thread). Consider the following:


The pattern is evidently intended to match only a command name, but then why is it...
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Posted By MadeInGermany
FILENENAME=="file1" { //Instructions executed...
FILENENAME=="file1" {
//Instructions executed for file1
next
}
{
//Instructions executed for file2
}
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Posted By swathi123
Ok awesome reply! Thanks so much for crisp and...
Ok awesome reply! Thanks so much for crisp and clear ans.. Your reply is really appreciated. :b::b::D
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Posted By alister
Hello, hanson44: You can explicitly use the...
Hello, hanson44:

You can explicitly use the match operator:
awk '$0 ~ a, $0 ~ b' a='^START' b='^END' file

When you use /pat1/,/pat2/, that's just shorthand for what my code is doing above....
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Posted By chatguy
SOLVED
Hansen,

You are a genius! At the same time, I never thought it was this easy to do this! Thank you and everyone who chimed in!!

ps: If the word DONE was not previously in the file, the...
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Posted By alister
The simplest solution is probably to use the...
The simplest solution is probably to use the standard cut and paste tools:
cut -d= -f2 file | paste -d, - - -
Regards,
Alister
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Posted By alister
Indeed, that sort command is incorrect. Nice...
Indeed, that sort command is incorrect. Nice catch (and an amusingly ironic one, since I directed you to it to help you fix your sort).

The problem is that attaching a modifier to a key ('r' to...
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Posted By elixir_sinari
The ARG_MAX (or may be LINE_MAX) issue is with ls...
The ARG_MAX (or may be LINE_MAX) issue is with ls temp*.txt and not with xargs.
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Posted By Yoda
Try using awk instead: ps -ef | awk...
Try using awk instead:
ps -ef | awk '/mintty/&&!/awk/{print $2 } '
OR use pgrep
pgrep mintty
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Posted By DGPickett
Since DISK is a constant four, you want to key...
Since DISK is a constant four, you want to key your sort on the first field character 5 and following, numeric ordering. In the the ol day, this was '-n +0.4 -0.99' but now it is -k1.5,1.99n, as...
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Posted By alister
I don't have time at this very moment to consult...
I don't have time at this very moment to consult an implementation's source or run some tests (I might in a few hours), but I would bet that you are wrong about this. The integral type with which...
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Posted By DGPickett
--files-from is -T, see man page link above.
--files-from is -T, see man page link above.
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