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Posted By Prathmesh
Thank you so much RudiC for your valuable time...
Thank you so much RudiC for your valuable time and help. Solution works perfectly fine.
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Posted By Prathmesh
Thanks RudiC. Adding new fields at the end will...
Thanks RudiC. Adding new fields at the end will work too.
But, I am not getting desired output for below input -

$ cat RECORD...
491
Posted By Prathmesh
Hi RudiC, Let me explain why and what I am...
Hi RudiC,

Let me explain why and what I am looking exactly.

For input file RECORD, earlier code provided by you provides below output -

Input File -

$ cat RECORD...
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Posted By Prathmesh
Thanks RudiC. This works perfectly well for me. ...
Thanks RudiC. This works perfectly well for me.
If I can ask for one more thing that arise with this result. Now, with the same three input files RECORD, date_format.csv and timestamp_format.csv, I...
491
Posted By Prathmesh
Thanks RudiC. This is very close, I will try to...
Thanks RudiC. This is very close, I will try to build on your solution and see how I can use it.
Only difference is I want same number of "." characters as in YYYYMMDD, YYMMDD or HHMISS.

So,...
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Posted By Prathmesh
Thanks for your help. I will try this out and see...
Thanks for your help. I will try this out and see how it goes.
491
Posted By Prathmesh
Thanks Ravinder for your attention. ...
Thanks Ravinder for your attention.

Basically, I have below pipe delimited record as an input in which column 4 has the filename as received on the source side and column 5 has the filename...
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Posted By Prathmesh
Extract date and time part from filename
Hi,

I am facing one scenario in which I need to extract exact position of date and time from the name of the files. For example, Below is the record in which I need to extract position of...
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