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Posted By Little
i have changed the way you told and its working...
i have changed the way you told and its working fine..
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Posted By Don Cragun
This should come close, but the 1st line in the...
This should come close, but the 1st line in the 2nd file will be split into fields using the wrong value for FS (since field splitting will be done before FS is reset). Assuming that there could be...
1,299
Posted By alister
To find words that have at least one double but...
To find words that have at least one double but not more than 3:

sed -n -e '/\(.\)\1/!d; s//&/4; t' -e p

The number can be parameterized with a shell variable.

Regards,
Alister
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Posted By Jotne
This awk gives what OP request awk -F"[: ]+"...
This awk gives what OP request
awk -F"[: ]+" '/newjob/&&f {printf "\n%s",$2} /newjob/&&!f {printf $2;f=1} /command/ {print "~"$3;f=0}' file
abc~a=b+c
bbc~c=r+v
ddc
kkc~c=l+g
mdc
ldc...
1,114
Posted By Scott
That's not an error, it's a notice. TAR...
That's not an error, it's a notice.

TAR won't add a file with its absolute. That's a good thing that could save your skin one day!
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Posted By alister
The first script is running sed in a subshell...
The first script is running sed in a subshell environment; the second is not. The subshell is a byproduct of the shell's pipeline implementation. The difference is that when $i is incremented in a...
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Posted By Corona688
Putting the too many arguments into find hasn't...
Putting the too many arguments into find hasn't stopped them from being too many arguments. You need to not give them too many arguments.

Let find handle the pattern matching. That way, you only...
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Posted By alister
I will only breakdown the first example. From...
I will only breakdown the first example. From that hopefully you'll be able to understand the rest.

There are three levels of parsing in `sed -e "s/\//\\\//g"` which may consider a backslash to be...
1,521
Posted By Chubler_XL
You can achieve it like this: v=$(echo...
You can achieve it like this:

v=$(echo $v|sed -e 's/\//\\\//g')
or
v=`echo $v|sed -e 's/\\//\\\\\//g'`
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