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Posted By Chubler_XL
You could use sed (or similar) to convert your...
You could use sed (or similar) to convert your input syntax to an awk expression eg:

CONDITIONS="(1=CT or 2=US_10) and 3=CT_US_10 and 4="
CONDITIONS=$(echo "$CONDITIONS" |
sed \
-e...
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Posted By rdrtx1
an ex.: CONDITIONS="1=CT,2=US_10,3=CT_US_10" ...
an ex.:
CONDITIONS="1=CT,2=US_10,3=CT_US_10"

CON='$1 == "CT" && $4 == "US_10" && $60 == "CT_US_10"'

awk -v CONDITION="${CON}" -F, '
BEGIN {
c=split(CONDITION, cons, " *&& *");
for (i=1;...
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