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Is this close to what you're after : awk...
Is this close to what you're after :


awk '{n=NF;for (i=1;i<=n;i++){t[i]=t[i]" "$i}}END{for (i=1;i<=n;i++){print t[i]}}' tmp1 tmp2
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what language/shell/OS ?
what language/shell/OS ?
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many ways to skin your cat... e.g. bash: ...
many ways to skin your cat...

e.g. bash:

# echo {1..1000}|tr " " "\n">file
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Posted By Tytalus
using sub changes 1st instance: # echo...
using sub changes 1st instance:

# echo "hello,,world,,how, are,,you" | nawk '{sub(",,",",",$0);print}'
hello,world,,how, are,,you

using gsub changes all instances:

# echo...
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Posted By Tytalus
something along the lines of: (rewriting...
something along the lines of:


(rewriting your equation to isolate an iteration:

x=y/ln(3.455613x)
)

# y=1;x=1;for i in {1..100}; do x=$(calc "$y/(log(3.455613*$x))"); echo $x;done...
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Posted By Tytalus
one way: # mv File1.txt $(sed q...
one way:


# mv File1.txt $(sed q Filename.txt)
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Posted By Tytalus
unless I'm missing something cp...
unless I'm missing something


cp /home/test/subdir/file1 /home


will do what you want
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well, your 49 record actually conatins one less...
well, your 49 record actually conatins one less zero than you stated you're looking for, but with that caveat (and using the shorter string, would :


# egrep -v "^(03|49).*00000000000000000"...
Forum: HP-UX 07-04-2011
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Posted By Tytalus
Is this a question ? or a statement ? If you...
Is this a question ? or a statement ?

If you are looking for assistance you will need to provide more info.

When you say "automatically restart the server" do you mean it's in a reboot cycle...
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Posted By Tytalus
it would appear your answer was provided in...
it would appear your answer was provided in another forum in 2002:

database growth script - DBAsupport.com Forums (http://www.dbasupport.com/forums/showthread.php?t=23118)

HTH :-)
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Posted By Tytalus
something like: # nawk -F"[_.]"...
something like:


# nawk -F"[_.]" '!/thumb/{print} /thumb/{print "<link>preview_"$2".html</link>"; print "</objects>";print}' infile
<objects/>
<link>preview_0001.html</link>
</objects>...
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Posted By Tytalus
some possibilities: # nawk...
some possibilities:


# nawk 'NR%3!=0{printf "%s", $0;next}1' infile
1,2,3,
4,5,6,

# nawk 'ORS=(FNR%3)?FS:RS' infile
1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6,

# paste - - - < infile
1, 2, 3,
4, ...
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Posted By Tytalus
cheap and dirty: # awk...
cheap and dirty:


# awk '/^M/{t=$1;getline;t=t""$(NF-3)" "$(NF-2)" "$(NF-1)" "$NF;print t}' infile
M5.7&a......... 6 violations found.
M6.7&a......... 6 violations found.


(if you match a...
Forum: Programming 06-27-2011
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Posted By Tytalus
been a long time since I played with...
been a long time since I played with fortran...but

Immediate questions -:

what version are you running and on what OS ?

are you opening all files concurrently or sequentially; are you...
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Posted By Tytalus
# nawk -F"\"" '{OFS=FS;gsub(",","",$2);print}'...
# nawk -F"\"" '{OFS=FS;gsub(",","",$2);print}' infile
first,"Street1City1Country1",test1
second,"Street2City2","test2"
third,"Street3City3Country3","A,B,C,D,E"
fourth,"ABCDE",test4"


HTH
Forum: Linux 06-16-2011
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Posted By Tytalus
any restrictions on layout/format ? i.e. do you...
any restrictions on layout/format ? i.e. do you want the first row of o/p to be the first 2.5 rows of input, 2nd row next 2.5 etc ?

Anyway...assuming fields are space seperated this random hack:...
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Posted By Tytalus
Are you running the script as the same user that...
Are you running the script as the same user that the crontab is for ?

potentially you have environment issues....

you may want to explicitly su to the user (/usr/bin/su USER -c '....') within...
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would suggest you could either try escaping...
would suggest you could either try escaping (sdfg\@fgh ) or quoting ('abcd@defg')


but since I'v never come across @ in a username before, out of interest, what OS are you on that allows "@" to...
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other than the standard suggestion that you...
other than the standard suggestion that you should not use csh....


ls wibble
wibble: No such file or directory

% echo wibble>testfile
% set file = testfile
% echo $file
testfile

% mv...
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Posted By Tytalus
Hi, you'll probably find what you're after...
Hi,

you'll probably find what you're after in the FAQ: https://www.unix.com/answers-frequently-asked-questions/13785-yesterdays-date-date-arithmetic.html

but in case you've already looked, what...
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Posted By Tytalus
something like : # paste - - - < infile ...
something like :


# paste - - - < infile
Alpha<>123 AAAA<>6754 Beta<>456
BBBB<>63784 CCC<>783 Gama<>789
Alpha<>555 AAAA<>6754 BBBB<>63784
Beta<>666 ...
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Posted By Tytalus
# nawk '$0~":"&&t!=""{print $0" is incorrect...
# nawk '$0~":"&&t!=""{print $0" is incorrect format"}{t=$0}' infile
Banana: is incorrect format


HTH
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Posted By Tytalus
something like: # nawk -F","...
something like:


# nawk -F"," '{($2~"errorcode") ? t[$3]=$2 : s[$3]=$4 }END{for (x in t){print x,t[x],s[x]}}' infile
messageID errorcode sha


should be close to what you're after.

HTH
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Posted By Tytalus
not sure exactly what you mean...do you want all...
not sure exactly what you mean...do you want all months for a given year ? or all successive months, or just next month?

here's a start point for you to have a play with:


# for x in {1..12};...
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Posted By Tytalus
A quick search on the site throws up: ...
A quick search on the site throws up:

https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-scripting/29337-get-last-5-minutes-log-log-file.html

wherein you may find what you require :-)
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