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Posted By Chirel
Hi, Maybe it's not a space but another...
Hi,

Maybe it's not a space but another character, you could try
mget *testfile
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, maybe this could work for you. awk ' ...
Hi, maybe this could work for you.


awk '
BEGIN { print "create service_group TEST"; }
{ print "create service_group TEST \x27\x27 services:tcp"$1 }' port.txt
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, Use quote when you compare variables in...
Hi,

Use quote when you compare variables in case one is empty;

So use :
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, Try this Src_dt="Aug 15, 2012...
Hi,

Try this

Src_dt="Aug 15, 2012 02:00:03"
Tgt_dt="Aug 14, 2012 18:00:03"
Total=$(expr $(date -d "$Src_dt" +%s) - $(date -d "$Tgt_dt" +%s))
echo $Total | awk '{printf "Elapsed time:...
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, Just to be sure, could you paste some...
Hi,
Just to be sure, could you paste some examples lines from input file ?

The code should be something like

{
# X = column number
array[$X]++;
}
END {
for ( x in array ) {
...
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, If what you want is to compare line 1 of...
Hi,

If what you want is to compare line 1 of each file then line 2 of each file etc, then the code is wrong.
The code you show compare line 1 of file1 with all lines of file2 and then same for...
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Posted By Chirel
Hi You have empty lines in the files that's...
Hi

You have empty lines in the files that's why you have comma in the "wrong" place.
To add the count and have the output you want change the code to

perl -lane '$c{"$F[4] $F[5]"}++;...
11,689
Posted By Chirel
Hi Maybe that's what you mean ? $...
Hi
Maybe that's what you mean ?


$ Table_1=tbl1_c1
$ Table_2=tbl2_c1
$ Query='$Table_1 Join $Table_2'
$ echo $Query
$Table_1 Join $Table_2
$ eval echo $Query
tbl1_c1 Join tbl2_c1
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, command A >outa <outa command B...
Hi,


command A >outa
<outa command B >outb
<outb command C >outc
cat >script.awk <<"EOF"
{print $1 $2 $3 $4 $5}
EOF
awk -f script.awk outc
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Posted By Chirel
You are right i forgot about those Solaris...
You are right i forgot about those Solaris limits.

Maybe this should work then :


find . -newer filename -exec perl -e "\$fname=\"{}\";"'$mtime=(stat($fname))[9]; printf("%ld...
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Posted By Chirel
Hi By the way, you can't use -exec ls -lrt...
Hi

By the way, you can't use -exec ls -lrt to sort the find output, because ls will be called for each file, so it will only sort the given file.

You should sort after the find process, maybe...
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Posted By Chirel
Hi awk -v srch="^# Prod Sybase" -v...
Hi

awk -v srch="^# Prod Sybase" -v line="1.1.1.1 blah" '{ if (match($0,srch)) { print; getline; print; print line; } else print }' /etc/hosts
1,102
Posted By Chirel
Hi sure i can awk ' ...
Hi

sure i can

awk ' ## Let's call awk
{ ## For each line of the file
if (match($0,/Campbell/)) ## Test if the word Campbell is in...
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Posted By Chirel
I'm sorry but it's not possible with csplit to...
I'm sorry but it's not possible with csplit to cut every 500 sequences. If it's lines you can, but sequences no.

I think you should go for an awk or perl or sed or other solution to you problem.
...
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Posted By Chirel
Nice one :) So it's find . -type f -exec wc...
Nice one :)

So it's find . -type f -exec wc -c {} \; | awk '{s+=$1} END {print s}'
1,102
Posted By Chirel
Hi Something like that ? awk '{if...
Hi
Something like that ?

awk '{if (match($0,/Campbell/)) print; else { if (p) print p; p=$0 } } END {if (p) print p}' songs
12,266
Posted By Chirel
Hi give a try to find . -maxdepth 1 -type...
Hi

give a try to
find . -maxdepth 1 -type f -exec stat -c "%s" {} \; | awk '{s+=$1} END {print s}'

You can remove the -maxdepth 1 if you want to add the subdir contents.
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Posted By Chirel
Hi Try this csplit -s -f part INFILE.fasta...
Hi

Try this
csplit -s -f part INFILE.fasta '/^>/' {*}

This should create lot's of partxx files.
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, a regex will match something, then what...
Hi,

a regex will match something, then what ?
If don't understand what do you mean by a regex to process on the fly dynamically. .

Can you give me an exemple please ?

The goal even if it's...
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Posted By Chirel
Well done Ranga :) ps for fun : awk...
Well done Ranga :)

ps for fun :

awk '/^[0-9]/ {a[$2]++;b[$2" "$3]++;}END . . . .
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Posted By Chirel
Hum i guess that when i write in english it's not...
Hum i guess that when i write in english it's not clear. So let's talk regex

i said :


That could mean something like : '\.\w[A-Z]'
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, i just can guess that you forgot to...
Hi,

i just can guess that you forgot to quote the variable while using it like that "$A2"

But we don't have the script so it's not easy to reply.
7,453
Posted By Chirel
Hi, The input & output of what you want is...
Hi,

The input & output of what you want is not clear for me, but about parsing full-stop.

Maybe you could say that full-stop must be followed by a \w and a capital letter or end of file ?
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, Alister you are right, even if this...
Hi,

Alister you are right, even if this solve the problem it's not user friendly, so here is the readable version :)

First take only company name and the A/B status and we sort them


# awk...
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Posted By Chirel
Hi, awk '/^[0-9]/ { print $2,$3}'...
Hi,


awk '/^[0-9]/ { print $2,$3}' input-file | sort | uniq -c | awk 'BEGIN{print "Company Count A B"} {if (comp && comp != $2) { printf("%-10s %5d %3d...
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