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Posted By malcomex999
awk to get lowest & store value from another file...
I have two files. One small stores and one with large stores like below...

Small-stores.txt
Store Code Excess Stock
K76 23812 17
K50 23812 6
K16 23812 4
K22 23812 3
K69 23812 3
K76 23813 10...
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Posted By malcomex999
Try this if you don't want to reset the index...
Try this if you don't want to reset the index position for each line...

awk '{ for(i=1;i<=NF;i++)
{ if(index($i,"alice")!=0)
printf ("%d ",index($i,"alice") + len);
...
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Posted By malcomex999
awk -F\| '{for(i=0;++i<=NF;) if($i ~ /Acct/)...
awk -F\| '{for(i=0;++i<=NF;) if($i ~ /Acct/) print substr($i,6)}' infile--
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Posted By malcomex999
Expecting your file is a plain text so try...
Expecting your file is a plain text so try this...

awk -F\| '{for(i=0;++i<=NF;) if($i ~ /Acct/) print $i}' infile
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Posted By malcomex999
awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1 FS $3]=$2;b[$1 FS $4]=$2;next} ...
awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1 FS $3]=$2;b[$1 FS $4]=$2;next}
{print (a[$0] || b[$0]?$0 FS a[$0] b[$0]:$0 FS "-")}' file2 file1
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Posted By malcomex999
nawk '$1>3 {x=x+1;print $0}END{ print "I found...
nawk '$1>3 {x=x+1;print $0}END{ print "I found " x " line have value more than 3" }' file
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Posted By malcomex999
You might see this thread also to see many users...
You might see this thread also to see many users idea and poll result for www.unix.com users...

https://www.unix.com/unix-dummies-questions-answers/19593-what-editor-does-everyone-use.html
...
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Posted By malcomex999
Well, you can write scripting language in any...
Well, you can write scripting language in any editor which you prefer like VI, emac or Ultraedit if you are on windows platform.
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Posted By malcomex999
Well, shell scripts are not compiled and I guess...
Well, shell scripts are not compiled and I guess what you are looking for is shell scripting languages. Perl is one scripting language which you can download it from www.perl.org
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Posted By malcomex999
Have you tried asking Google?:cool:
Have you tried asking Google?:cool:
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Posted By malcomex999
awk '$2 ~ /^ha|^si/ && $1 ~...
awk '$2 ~ /^ha|^si/ && $1 ~ /e$|i$/{$1=substr($1,1,length($1)-1)"a"}1' infile
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Posted By malcomex999
You can use anything as a delimeter... ...
You can use anything as a delimeter...


echo "onewordtwowordthreewordfour" | awk -F"word" '{print $1}'
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Posted By malcomex999
Or... awk -F";" 'NF==6{print...
Or...


awk -F";" 'NF==6{print >"goodfile" ;next}{print >"rejected"}' infile
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Posted By malcomex999
Or... awk -F: '{$0 ~...
Or...


awk -F: '{$0 ~ /^Even/?sql=$0:gsub("seconds",x,$2);sum[sql]=sum[sql] + $2}END{
for(i in sum) print i,"Took[ "sum[i]" ]"
}' infile
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Posted By malcomex999
Try... foreach f ($fnames) echo "$f" |...
Try...
foreach f ($fnames)
echo "$f" | sed 's/\(.*\)-.*$/\1/'
end
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Posted By malcomex999
foreach f ($fnames) echo "${f%-*}" ...
foreach f ($fnames)
echo "${f%-*}"
end
Forum: Solaris 02-06-2011
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Posted By malcomex999
I don't know why you want to convert it to single...
I don't know why you want to convert it to single line again but this might help you though it's lame and you might need to find a way to get rid of the trailing comma in col2,col3 and col5(may be...
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Posted By malcomex999
a) You don't need to declare a variable in awk so...
a) You don't need to declare a variable in awk so x is null.
b) gsub(/\047/,x,$i)
c) $i ~ /[0-9]/ matches any digit found in the element. i.e, it matches 11,a11,11a,1a1,aa1. So, it matches in the...
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Posted By malcomex999
By the way, You created an array of tokens with...
By the way, You created an array of tokens with array name LI1.
And, You initialize the value on LI.
And, in awk, You passed LI1 as input.
LI1 = [] #creates an array of tokens
LI = [3, '*', '(',...
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Posted By malcomex999
Actually, I don't know much about python but in...
Actually, I don't know much about python but in the awk code, after OFS, it's comma as the output field separator. So, try as above by changing which is in red.
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Posted By malcomex999
Can you show the whole code how you are printing...
Can you show the whole code how you are printing the array and running the awk statement?
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Posted By malcomex999
First of all, check how you define an array?
First of all, check how you define an array?
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Posted By malcomex999
Try... awk -F, -v c=\'...
Try...
awk -F, -v c=\' '{for(i=0;++i<=NF;){if($i ~ /[0-9]/){gsub(c,x,$i)}}}1' OFS=,
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Posted By malcomex999
How about if you show what you have with example?
How about if you show what you have with example?
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Posted By malcomex999
With awk... awk -F"[><]" 'NF{print...
With awk...

awk -F"[><]" 'NF{print $2"\n"$(NF-2)}' infile
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