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Posted By acmvillareal
Try mine. Not a one-liner though.
Try mine. Not a one-liner though.
5,873
Posted By acmvillareal
FILE_PATH="<write the path here>" ...
FILE_PATH="<write the path here>"
FILE1="${FILE_PATH}/S5_SK1.chr01"
FILE2="${FILE_PATH}/S5_SK1.chr02"
FILE3="${FILE_PATH}/S5_SK1.chr03"
BASENAME1=`basename ${FILE1}`
BASENAME2=`basename...
19,025
Posted By acmvillareal
#!/usr/bin/sh INPUT=$1 COUNT=${INPUT} ...
#!/usr/bin/sh

INPUT=$1
COUNT=${INPUT}

while [ ${COUNT} -ne "1" ]
do
COUNT=`expr ${COUNT} - 1`
INPUT=`expr ${INPUT} \* ${COUNT}`
done

echo ${INPUT}
1,058
Posted By acmvillareal
sddDVM12312373069 echo sddDVM12312373069...
sddDVM12312373069


echo sddDVM12312373069 | sed 's/DVM/"DVM"/' | sed 's/73069/"73069"/'


Output:

sdd"DVM"123123"73069"
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Posted By acmvillareal
The Case statement will already verify if the...
The Case statement will already verify if the parameter is valid or not - whether the parameter is int or char. If the parameter is composed of characters, then the Case statement will select the (*)...
2,296
Posted By acmvillareal
sed q | sed "s/^/'/" --> for the first line ...
sed q | sed "s/^/'/" --> for the first line

sed '$!d' | sed "s/^/'/" --> for the last line
11,956
Posted By acmvillareal
grep <string> $TMPFILE cat $TMPFILE | sed...
grep <string> $TMPFILE

cat $TMPFILE | sed '/<string>/!d'

cat $TMPFILE | sed -n '#p' ---> # refers to the line number
11,956
Posted By acmvillareal
Maybe it's better if you use grep or sed.
Maybe it's better if you use grep or sed.
1,999
Posted By acmvillareal
Anytime.:b:
Anytime.:b:
1,999
Posted By acmvillareal
1.txt G1='0318' G2='0023' G3='3092' ...
1.txt
G1='0318'
G2='0023'
G3='3092'
G4='0014'


#!/bin/sh

C=1

while read LINE
do
if [ $C -le 4 ]
then
G="G$C"
A=`echo $LINE | awk '{print substr($0,5,4)}'`
echo "Group=$G...
3,940
Posted By acmvillareal
Search the current directory find . -size...
Search the current directory
find . -size +750k -ls

Search all directories
find / -size +750k -ls
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Posted By acmvillareal
cat <file> | tr ' ' '\n' 1.txt I Want this...
cat <file> | tr ' ' '\n'

1.txt
I Want this line to look like this.

[******@******** home]$ cat 1.txt | tr ' ' '\n'
I
Want
this
line
to
look
like
this.
3,866
Posted By acmvillareal
Hey man, you got the code wrong. Change the...
Hey man, you got the code wrong. Change the single quote in W to `.


W=`whoami`
DATE=`date "+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"`

echo " $DATE- by $W"


Output:
2011-03-29 10:18:36- by ******
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
This is it. #!/bin/sh STR=`grep $1...
This is it.


#!/bin/sh

STR=`grep $1 1.txt | awk '{ print $2 }'`

if [ -z $STR ]
then
echo "0"
else
echo $STR
fi





---------- Post updated at 04:21 PM...
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
Try this sir. #!/bin/sh STR=`grep $1...
Try this sir.


#!/bin/sh

STR=`grep $1 1.txt | awk '{ print $2 }'`

if [ -z $STR ]
then
echo "0"
else
echo $STR
fi
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
Sir, whatever the input will be, the code will...
Sir, whatever the input will be, the code will output the "0".
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
grep -c $1 1.txt if [ $? -ne "0" ] ...
grep -c $1 1.txt

if [ $? -ne "0" ]
then
echo "0"
else
echo $1
fi
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
Three separate if..else statements? Or, nested if...
Three separate if..else statements? Or, nested if statement? Can you please expound.
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
Program: $1 can be Marcus or any input you...
Program:

$1 can be Marcus or any input you want to find in the file

grep -c $1 1.txt

if [ $? -ne "0" ]
then
echo "0"
fi
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
Do you want the script in the command line or...
Do you want the script in the command line or inside a program?
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
Don't put the awk part. Just the grep. ...
Don't put the awk part. Just the grep.

[******@******** home]$ grep -c "Marcus" 1.txt
0
3,046
Posted By acmvillareal
I don't know how to display a certain string when...
I don't know how to display a certain string when the grep did not find a match. But the code below will output zero (instead of nothing) if there is no match.

grep -c "Marcus" list.txt
2,139
Posted By acmvillareal
The reason why I put that script is because you...
The reason why I put that script is because you didn't put the extension file in the file name.


FILE_NAME="new_applicant_list"
2,139
Posted By acmvillareal
SCRIPT_PATH="/u01/app/banner/test/skid/plus/" ...
SCRIPT_PATH="/u01/app/banner/test/skid/plus/"
FILE_PATH="/nfs/mercury/u03/banner/test/skid/log/"
LIST_FILE_PATH="/u01/banjobs/TEST/"
SCRIPT_NAME="szpcal1.sql"
FILE_NAME="new_applicant_list"
...
2,030
Posted By acmvillareal
Hey man, if would do this problem, I would just...
Hey man, if would do this problem, I would just make a new file and append each line of both files and make an if statement. That is because I'm just a beginner. But I want to learn more about the...
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