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thank you very much Cubler, it works well. Could...
thank you very much Cubler, it works well. Could I have some more questions?: what does the last number 1 mean ( .. . "{1' ) . why we still need it?
If beside change value of first column whose...
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Posted By ariesto
thank you very much , it works well.
thank you very much , it works well.
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Posted By ariesto
awk does not work well with huge data?
Dear all ,
I found that if we work with thousands line of data, awk does not work perfectly. It will cut hundreds line (others are deleted) and works only on the remain data.

I used this...
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Posted By ariesto
sorry asking (probably) silly question. "simax"...
sorry asking (probably) silly question. "simax" this is general term for maximum value of everything or because in my question, for maximum value of Si type of atom, so other words can be used?
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Posted By ariesto
@agama: thank a lot, sorry for making confusing. ...
@agama: thank a lot, sorry for making confusing.
surely what you gave is what I want.
may I ask a more explanation about this part " $2+0 > simax "
why we need to write +0 , what does it means?
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Posted By ariesto
awk , conditional involving line and column
Dear All,

I indeed your help for managing resarch data file.

for example I have,

data1.txt :

type of atoms z vz
Si 34 54
O ...
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Posted By ariesto
subtitute value of certain raw and column with sed
Dear All,

For example the content of data.txt file is:

1 1 23
2 1 42
3 2 52
4 2 62
5 1 77
6 1 88
7 2 99
8 1 100

Could I substitute 2 in second...
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Posted By ariesto
thank you for your helping me
thank you for your helping me
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Posted By ariesto
copy and paste certain many lines of huge file in linux
Dear All,

I am working with windoes OS but remote a linux machine. I wonder the way to copy an paste some part of a huge file in linux machine.

the contain of file like as follow:

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