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Posted By Peasant
See if this helps : awk 'NR <= 2 { print }...
See if this helps :

awk 'NR <= 2 { print } NR > 2 { print $1" : "$3-$4 FS $4-$5 }' input
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Posted By vidyadhar85
try.. awk -F";" '/^alarm/{split($5,A,"...
try..


awk -F";" '/^alarm/{split($5,A," ");
getline;
split($5,B," ");
split(A[2],C,":");
split(B[2],D,":");
E=(D[1]*60*60+D[2]*60+D[3])-(C[1]*60*60+C[2]*60+C[3]);
{if(E>59){print "Alarm...
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Posted By Lem
Uhm... strange. And what did happen? ...
Uhm... strange. And what did happen?

However, try also this alternative:


mapfile -t line <myfile; for i in ${!line[@]}; do echo -n "${line[$i]};"; done; echo
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Posted By tukuyomi
Is your file already tab-delimited? Here a...
Is your file already tab-delimited?
Here a straight bit of code:
#!/usr/bin/awk -f

BEGIN{
OFS="| ";print "NAME| DATE| TIME| HI| FI| BV| LR| TS| HR| ES| MR| KS| RR"
}
/\+\+\+/{
s=$3 OFS $4...
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Posted By Ygor
Try...awk '/\/\*------/{if(b)print...
Try...awk '/\/\*------/{if(b)print b;b=$0;next}NF{b=b "^" $0}END{print b}' file1 > file2
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Posted By Corona688
Useless Use of Cat...
Useless Use of Cat (http://partmaps.org/era/unix/award.html)
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Posted By frappa
cat input.txt | awk ' NR % 3 == 1 { printf $1 " "...
cat input.txt | awk ' NR % 3 == 1 { printf $1 " " }; NR % 3 == 2 { printf $0 } ; NR % 3 == 0 { print $1 , $3 } '

look for 'modulo' operator on awk manual.
see ya
fra
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Posted By Scrutinizer
In the second awk, you are assigning the outcome...
In the second awk, you are assigning the outcome of /Jan/ (1 if true, 0 if false) to field 1.., in the first one, you are comparing 0 or 1 to the value of field 1..
What you are probably looking for...
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Posted By Corona688
This should print the the position of everything...
This should print the the position of everything as well as its contents.

awk -v RS="" '{ for (N=1; N<=NF; N++) print N, $N ; printf("\n"); }' filename
1,394
Posted By Scrutinizer
Optimal method: | awk NF -- Then...
Optimal method:
| awk NF

--


Then probably your input file differs from the posted sample you posted. Can you show us in what way?
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Posted By jayan_jay
Or pipe output to | grep '.'
Or pipe output to | grep '.'
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Posted By vbe
The errors come from the syntax usage which...
The errors come from the syntax usage which wants the command followed by options if any then [name... ]
so looking at your command line you get:

gzcat (the command) [ no options]...
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Posted By Corona688
You can compare 24-hour HH:MM:SS times with < > =...
You can compare 24-hour HH:MM:SS times with < > = since they sort alphabetically. So you just match the day and time, and use that to turn on and off a variable. That variable decides whether it...
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