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Posted By alister
Use the [:cntrl:] character class with any tool...
Use the [:cntrl:] character class with any tool that supports regular expressions.

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Alister
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Posted By bartus11
You can try this too (might be faster?:))perl -pe...
You can try this too (might be faster?:))perl -pe '/((\w+\t){6})(.*\n)/;$x=$1;$y=$3;$y=~s/(\w+)\t(\w+)(\t|$)/\1\2\3/g;$_="$x$y"' file
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