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Forum: Android 10-13-2010
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Apps related to application provisioning and...
Apps related to application provisioning and device management on Android.

Once the release is done, it will be part of the Oracle Database Lite Mobile Server...
Forum: Android 10-11-2010
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Posted By vino
The Android Eclipse plugin aids in development in...
The Android Eclipse plugin aids in development in such a way that the developer only needs to focus on writing code and need not know how the build and packaging of the .apk are done. These are done...
Forum: Android 10-04-2010
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Posted By vino
I will be starting off on an Android project...
I will be starting off on an Android project soon. Basically port our product to the Android platform.
Forum: Programming 06-30-2010
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Posted By vino
This is known as implicit conversion and for...
This is known as implicit conversion and for constructors it works if it has a single argument only.

If you have multiple arguments and want to make use of the implicit conversion, then you need...
Forum: Programming 06-16-2010
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Posted By vino
Did you check the Getting Started Guide at...
Did you check the Getting Started Guide at Appendix*A.*Concurrent Processing in Berkeley DB Java Edition...
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Posted By vino
Images not showing up as of "09:37:47 Wednesday,...
Images not showing up as of "09:37:47 Wednesday, June 16, 2010 (UTC)"
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Posted By vino
Surround the * with single quotes. It prevents...
Surround the * with single quotes. It prevents expansion.

grep '*834*1' MY_LOG
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Posted By vino
I have posted sed -e...
I have posted
sed -e "s/^\(...........\)\([^-]*\)-\(.*\)/\1-\2\3/g" input.txt
and
^\(.\{11\}\)

Do use the above two and create the sed statement you require.
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Posted By vino
You can use the following sed statement sed...
You can use the following sed statement

sed -e "s/^\(...........\)\([^-]*\)-\(.*\)/\1-\2\3/g" input.txt

There are 11 dots in buffer 1 [surrounded by \( \)] which represent any 11 characters....
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Posted By vino
Have you tried using grep? Use it as grep -v...
Have you tried using grep? Use it as

grep -v -f "ids.txt" "sample-id-property.txt" > remainder.txt
4,403
Posted By vino
Please see this FAQ...
Please see this FAQ https://www.unix.com/answers-frequently-asked-questions/13863-advanced-complex-uses-find-command.html
1,153
Posted By vino
Use find_name=$(find . -name "app.env"); ...
Use

find_name=$(find . -name "app.env");
var=$(echo "${find_name}" | tr ' ' "\n" | grep "\/temp\/app.env")

Not tested though. But I think it should work.
1,308
Posted By vino
Look into the man bash. There is a flag called...
Look into the man bash. There is a flag called noglob for set. Use as
set -o noglob just before you make the call.
1,153
Posted By vino
Please post the entire script.
Please post the entire script.
1,610
Posted By vino
You could do sed -n -e "s/\(.*\)\(<html...
You could do

sed -n -e "s/\(.*\)\(<html xmlns=.http:..www.w3.org.1999.xhtml.>\).*\(<\/html\)/\1\2\3/p" $file
1,153
Posted By vino
You could do this var=$(tr ' ' "\n" < $file| grep...
You could do this var=$(tr ' ' "\n" < $file| grep "\/temp\/app.env") where $file contains the string.
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Posted By vino
If your grep allows the -f flag, then you could...
If your grep allows the -f flag, then you could do this

#!/bin/sh
grep -f /home/state /home/list
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Posted By vino
while [ 1 ] do echo "Enter File name :...
while [ 1 ]
do
echo "Enter File name : \c"
read file

if [[ -f $file ]] ; then
break;
else
echo "File does not exist"
fi;
done
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Posted By vino
Perhaps you could do this case "$i" in ...
Perhaps you could do this

case "$i" in
*[nN][aA][vV]*)
;;
esac
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Posted By vino
Instead you could change the existing message to ...
Instead you could change the existing message to

while [[ ! -f $ZipFile ]]
do
echo "Enter a valid Zip File Name : \c"
read ZipFile
done
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Posted By vino
You could drop the multiple mv commands. Do it as...
You could drop the multiple mv commands. Do it as

awk 'match($0,"The following message") == 0 {print $0}' results_Linux.out > tmp

awk '$0!~/^$/ {print $0}' tmp > results_Linux.out

sed -e...
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Posted By vino
Include one of those paths in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Include one of those paths in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
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Posted By vino
Try echo $$p instead of echo $p
Try
echo $$p instead of echo $p
Forum: Programming 02-19-2010
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Posted By vino
You may also want to check if ptr is null or not....
You may also want to check if ptr is null or not. Something like

if (ptr && (ptr->left) !=NULL)

And likewise with ptr->right.
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Posted By vino
Usually you could use sed or perl. If you have...
Usually you could use sed or perl. If you have GNU sed which has the -i flag, you could use sed. Else perl is good.

sed -i -e "s/ABC/XYZ/g"
perl -p -i -e "s/ABC/XYz/g"
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