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With GNU utils everything is simpler but well......
With GNU utils everything is simpler but well... AIX 6

echo '20170001
20319900
20110232
20000001
20160230
20160229' | while read d; do
date -d$d '+%Y%m%d'; done
date: invalid date...
1,373
Posted By yazu
I learnt sed here...
I learnt sed here (http://www.catonmat.net/blog/sed-one-liners-explained-part-one/) (but I read something before - this (http://www.grymoire.com/Unix/Sed.html) is good.)
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Posted By yazu
Yes it's a good one. perl -e ' require...
Yes it's a good one.
perl -e '
require Net::IP;
$str = "2620:0:2d0:200:0:0:0:7";
$ip = new Net::IP($str, 6);
print $ip->print, "\n";
'
2620:0:2d0:200::7/128
1,373
Posted By yazu
GNU sed with "-E" (or -r - they are the same)...
GNU sed with "-E" (or -r - they are the same) option

For solaris this should work

sed 's!^\([^:]*\):[^=]*=\(.*\)!\1 \2!'
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Posted By yazu
Try: 1. Use ordinary quotes instead of double...
Try:
1. Use ordinary quotes instead of double ones.
2. Insert a literal newline after "i" command.

sed -e 'i\
H,0001' -e 's/$/,1,2/' abc > abc.tmp
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Posted By yazu
var=`perl -MList::Util=shuffle -le '@s = shuffle...
var=`perl -MList::Util=shuffle -le '@s = shuffle (a..z, 0..9); print @s[0..7]'`
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Posted By yazu
cat FILE | paste - - | sed 's/ Name//'
cat FILE | paste - - | sed 's/ Name//'
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Posted By yazu
Try find FOLDER -maxdepth 1 type -d instead...
Try
find FOLDER -maxdepth 1 type -d
instead of
ls -l FOLDER
Forum: Programming 04-10-2012
1,605
Posted By yazu
You don't need '-n' option here.
You don't need '-n' option here.
Forum: Programming 04-10-2012
1,485
Posted By yazu
print substr($testline, 0, 50), "\n"
print substr($testline, 0, 50), "\n"
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Posted By yazu
cat FILE ...
cat FILE
https://ims-svnus.com/dev/DB/trunk/feeds/templates/shell_script.txt -r860
https://ims-svnus.com/dev/DB/trunk/feeds/perl/templates/perl_script.txt -r867...
1,006
Posted By yazu
??? find . -type d
???
find . -type d
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Posted By yazu
You can try (in ksh93): typeset -lE
You can try (in ksh93):
typeset -lE
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Posted By yazu
Try: ls | egrep 'log_[0-9]+\.xml'
Try:
ls | egrep 'log_[0-9]+\.xml'
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Posted By yazu
For a quick&dirty solution just this should work...
For a quick&dirty solution just this should work (in 99.9% cases):
awk -F, '{print > $1 ".csv"}' INPUTFILE
Forum: Red Hat 10-29-2011
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Posted By yazu
man sudoers
man sudoers
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Posted By yazu
Try: cp -ar DIR DIR-BAK cd DIR for f in...
Try:
cp -ar DIR DIR-BAK
cd DIR
for f in *.dat; do
awk 'NF == 1 { $2 = 0 }1' "$f" > ~temp
mv ~temp "$f"
done
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Posted By yazu
Here is my code but it doesn't work. It's because...
Here is my code but it doesn't work. It's because of line ends. Somewhere you have dots, somewhere commas and in one line - 704/11 762,.

perl -F',\s+' -lane ' ...
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Posted By yazu
[ is a synonim of the "test" command. Every...
[ is a synonim of the "test" command. Every command should be separated by spaces or ";". So
if [ $a -gt $b ]
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Posted By yazu
sed 's/^[A-Z][A-Z]*://' or GNU sed with ERE...
sed 's/^[A-Z][A-Z]*://'
or GNU sed with ERE (extended regular expressions):
sed -r 's/^[A-Z]+://'
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Posted By yazu
Remove spaces: '"${datein}"'
Remove spaces:
'"${datein}"'
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Posted By yazu
(echo aaa.txt grep xxx aaa.txt | awk '{print $4...
(echo aaa.txt
grep xxx aaa.txt | awk '{print $4 }' |
while read n; do #
[ "$n" -ne $((prev+1)) ] && echo #
printf "$n," ...
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Posted By yazu
I like pipes (and cats I like too :) ): cat...
I like pipes (and cats I like too :) ):
cat INPUTFILE |
while read n; do #
[ "$n" -ne $((prev+1)) ] && echo ...
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Posted By yazu
sed ' 1 ...
sed '
1 s/^/DATA_ACQ_CYC_CNTL_ID|DATA_ACQ_CYC_CNTL_SNPSHT_DT|/
2,$ s/^/1783579|090511|/
' INPUTFILE
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Posted By yazu
Oops. I made an awful typo - not NR, but NF....
Oops. I made an awful typo - not NR, but NF. Well, I'm seeing about OFMT.

===

Yes, OFMT is useless (it's just for "print FLOAT"). You can do this:
awk -v min=0.001 -v max=1000.0 '
{
for...
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