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Posted By Don Cragun
And, if the OP doesn't have a Linux system, but...
And, if the OP doesn't have a Linux system, but does have a 1993 or later ksh, the following works correctly when $t_date expands to a YYYYMMDD representation of the last day of any month:
printf...
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Posted By anbu23
$ awk ' /BEGIN/,/END/ { str = str ? str "\n" $0...
$ awk ' /BEGIN/,/END/ { str = str ? str "\n" $0 : $0 } /END/ { if( str ~ /Amit/ ) { print str }; str = "" } ' file
******** BEGIN *****
My name is Amit.
I am learning unix.
***** END *****

...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 12-16-2014
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Posted By Neo
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Posted By RudiC
That might be due to buffering. On linux, one of...
That might be due to buffering. On linux, one of the coreutils is stdbuf that allows to modify the way programs use their input and output buffers. Try:tail -f /var/log/syslog | stdbuf -o0 grep...
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Posted By sea
You do not need to put date, ls, or any other...
You do not need to put date, ls, or any other COMMAND to put in quotes when executed in a terminal.

Just like this is enough:
date
ls
w

To actualy work with them, it is suggest to echo them...
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Posted By RudiC
This depends on a recent shell and GNU date:awk...
This depends on a recent shell and GNU date:awk '{print $3"-"$2"-"$1" "$4":"$5}' FS="[-: ]" file4 |
date -f- +%s |
{ read OLDP
printf "%(%d-%m-%Y %H:%M)T, " $OLDP; CNT=1 ...
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