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Posted By pravin27
awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1]++;next} {split($3,b,"/") ...
awk 'NR==FNR{a[$1]++;next}
{split($3,b,"/")
s=b[2]"["$2"]"
if (a[s]){print}}' file2 file1
687
Posted By Yoda
awk -F'[][]' ' ...
awk -F'[][]' ' # Set ] [ as field separators.
{
A[++c] = $0 # Create indexed array: A for each record
...
687
Posted By Yoda
awk -F'[][]' '{if(A[$1]<$2) A[$1]=$2}END{for(k in...
awk -F'[][]' '{if(A[$1]<$2) A[$1]=$2}END{for(k in A) print k"["A[k]"]"}' file
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Posted By Jotne
-F"[ /]+" Normal field separator is any space...
-F"[ /]+"
Normal field separator is any space or tab.
[] makes possible multiple field separator
" " (one single blank) and / is then used as field separator.
Since there are more than one blank...
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Posted By Jotne
This is simple to solve. awk -F"[ /]+"...
This is simple to solve.
awk -F"[ /]+" '$2!~/^3/ {print $4"["$2"]"}' file >outfile
cat outfile
Procs_Val_toTerm_Ret_Contrct_BPEL[2.0]
Qualfy_BP_forNew_Ret_Contrct_BPEL[2.0]...
1,181
Posted By bakunin
Ahem... sorry, but both are wrong. If you want to...
Ahem... sorry, but both are wrong. If you want to compare strings you have to write:

if [ "$v_count_1" == "0" ]

Notice not only the quotes around BOTH values but also the double equal signs. It...
550
Posted By sathyaonnuix
Have you tried sort -u
Have you tried sort -u
550
Posted By pamu
For uniq file needs to be sorted. Try at the...
For uniq file needs to be sorted.

Try at the end...:)

sort | uniqORsort -uORawk '!X[$0]++'
1,030
Posted By itkamaraj
two substitute operations are performed on the...
two substitute operations are performed on the file.


s/^Successfully added //
s/ to the Content Manager//


This also can be splitted like...

sed -e 's/^Successfully added //' -e 's/...
1,030
Posted By Scrutinizer
awk alternative awk -F'Successfully added | to...
awk alternative
awk -F'Successfully added | to the Content' 'NF>2{print $2}'
1,030
Posted By itkamaraj
sed 's/^Successfully added //;s/ to the Content...
sed 's/^Successfully added //;s/ to the Content Manager//' input.txt
1,030
Posted By DGPickett
$ sed -n 's/^Successfully added \(.*\) to the...
$ sed -n 's/^Successfully added \(.*\) to the Content Manager\.$/\1/p' <your_files>
1,030
Posted By Scrutinizer
Regarding the difference with the sed command:...
Regarding the difference with the sed command: Your original sample contains a trailing dot, which DGPickett's suggestion takes into account. Replace\.$ with .* and it should work.
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