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Posted By ghostdog74
maybe try this? freq[i]++ awk...
maybe try this?

freq[i]++


awk automatically use delimiter of spaces by default.
2,193
Posted By ghostdog74
why are you doing his homework in full ?
why are you doing his homework in full ?
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Posted By ghostdog74
you should Franklin's solution. nawk ...
you should Franklin's solution.

nawk '{sub(".*"$8 FS,"");gsub(" ","_")}1' file
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Posted By ghostdog74
awk -vvar=$VAR '{print var;print $0}' file
awk -vvar=$VAR '{print var;print $0}' file
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Posted By ghostdog74
awk '{for(i=1;i<=8;i++){$i=""};}1'...
awk '{for(i=1;i<=8;i++){$i=""};}1' file
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Posted By ghostdog74
won't work if there are strings like "nap", "NAG"...
won't work if there are strings like "nap", "NAG" etc.
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Posted By ghostdog74
awk 'NR!~/^(1[0-3]|4[5-7])$/' file
awk 'NR!~/^(1[0-3]|4[5-7])$/' file
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Posted By ghostdog74
Have you checked CPAN? Else you can program it in...
Have you checked CPAN? Else you can program it in Perl, simply for opening another file for appending and writing to this file in addition to printing to the screen
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Posted By ghostdog74
bash while read -r line do echo...
bash

while read -r line
do
echo ${line:(-4)}
done < "file"
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Posted By ghostdog74
(g)awk awk -F. 'length($2)==6{t++}END{print...
(g)awk

awk -F. 'length($2)==6{t++}END{print t}' file
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Posted By ghostdog74
no need. hint: ?[0-9]*
no need. hint: ?[0-9]*
Forum: IP Networking 05-29-2009
36,353
Posted By ghostdog74
windows ftp client doesn't cut it. if you want,...
windows ftp client doesn't cut it. if you want, go download an ftp client for windows that support specifying a port number. Or, you can use a programming language such as Perl or Python with their...
44,909
Posted By ghostdog74
sed -i '1i add here' file*bat
sed -i '1i add here' file*bat
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Posted By ghostdog74
change="User_Alias SOME_ADMINS = user1" awk -v...
change="User_Alias SOME_ADMINS = user1"
awk -v c="$change" '{print}
/User alias specification/{print c}
' "file" > temp
mv temp file
359,793
Posted By ghostdog74
string="abc@hotmail.com;xyz@gmail.com;uvw@yahoo.co...
string="abc@hotmail.com;xyz@gmail.com;uvw@yahoo.com"
var=$(echo $string | awk -F";" '{print $1,$2,$3}')
set -- $var
echo $1
echo $2
echo $3

output:

# ./test.sh
abc@hotmail.com...
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Posted By ghostdog74
sed '1i yourline' file
sed '1i yourline' file
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Posted By ghostdog74
if you have gawk awk --non-decimal-data...
if you have gawk

awk --non-decimal-data '{print ("0x"$1)+0 " " ("0x"$2)+0}' file

output:

# awk --non-decimal-data '{print ("0x"$1)+0 " " ("0x"$2)+0}' file
20000 1141
10000 271
30000 27042...
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Posted By ghostdog74
sed '$d' file | sed '$d'
sed '$d' file | sed '$d'
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grep "active=true" file | cut -d"."...
grep "active=true" file | cut -d"." -f1
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Posted By ghostdog74
The best way to capture user commands, is to turn...
The best way to capture user commands, is to turn on auditing.
in Solaris, you can turn on BSM. In red hat , there should be similar mechanism (auditd). pls check your red hat documentation....
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