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91,685
Posted By apoorvasharma80
well it seems that you are missing one space...
well it seems that you are missing one space between awk and opening single quote ('). It should be like cat file1 | awk '{ print NF }'.

thanks
Apoorva
91,685
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Yes very correct. As my solution assumes space as...
Yes very correct. As my solution assumes space as default field separator.

thanks
Apoorva
91,685
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Again I am not sure the way you are running the...
Again I am not sure the way you are running the command.
Make sure that you are not missing the single quotes ( ' ).
Can you send the command you are trying to run and the kind of
file on which...
91,685
Posted By apoorvasharma80
can you elaborate the error you are getting? ...
can you elaborate the error you are getting?

thanks
apoorva
12,153
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Dear Anbu! Thanks for the quick reply. The...
Dear Anbu!
Thanks for the quick reply. The statment I am using is a Select one. can I use the do method on select statement also?

regards
Apoorva Kumar
12,153
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Hi Cbkihong! I am also facing the same...
Hi Cbkihong!

I am also facing the same error. Can you please provide the information about what is the difference between $sth->numrows and $sth->rows.
Also I want to know if there is some...
4,534
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Usualy the stack allocation is not shrinked to...
Usualy the stack allocation is not shrinked to keep track of things when a process behaves unexpectdly. So the remaining stack can provide some valueabel information for debugging!!
Forum: Programming 10-12-2006
8,374
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Seems it will work!! Thanks a lot Jim and...
Seems it will work!! Thanks a lot Jim and Hitori!!

regards
Apoorva Kumar
Forum: Programming 10-12-2006
8,374
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Dear Hitori, The platform is solaris and...
Dear Hitori,
The platform is solaris and there is some problem due to which we cannot use sizeof ( i am not very clear about the reason, somebody from my team needs this. So we can think this...
Forum: Programming 10-12-2006
8,374
Posted By apoorvasharma80
calculating size of int
Hi,
Is there any way to calculate the size of a built in data type without using 'sizeof' operator? I also don't have the option to read it from std .h file.

regards
Apoorva Kumar
19,543
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Have you tried to read the man on bash? It says...
Have you tried to read the man on bash? It says the bashrc file is read by the system when you open a subshell. If you want them to be set on the first place then put them in your .profile.
...
5,004
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Hi Scorreg, In perl we most often we use...
Hi Scorreg,

In perl we most often we use directl pattern matching. This 'm' is nothin but the match operator, often used in conjunction with the bind operator(~).
'^' just signifies the start of...
1,986
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Dear karlssohn, You cab write down a...
Dear karlssohn,

You cab write down a wrapper for it. Something like this......


##file test.sh

echo hello world
echo "the exit status of the cmd was $?"

then you can run test.sh&...
1,373
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Hi, can you specify what error you are...
Hi,

can you specify what error you are getting?

regards
Apoorva Kumar
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Posted By apoorvasharma80
Hi, try searching ...I think this has been...
Hi,

try searching ...I think this has been answered previously.

regards
Apoorva kumar
7,554
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Ok ! Let me check it!! regards Apoorva...
Ok ! Let me check it!!

regards
Apoorva kumar
7,554
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Dear Sona, The error you are getting is...
Dear Sona,

The error you are getting is probably because you are using "" on place of ''.
You can try this also.....it's little ugly but I think it might solve your purpose.....

sed...
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Posted By apoorvasharma80
Please any anwers?? regards Apoorva Kumar
Please any anwers??

regards
Apoorva Kumar
2,615
Posted By apoorvasharma80
thanks partner!!..I just missed to put a s there....
thanks partner!!..I just missed to put a s there.

I have few file in my dir.....

abc 123
efg 567

I am trying this command.....

for file in `find ./|sed 's/^/\"/'|sed 's/$/\"/'`
do
echo...
2,615
Posted By apoorvasharma80
back reference error
Hi,

i am getting this error........

find ./ | sed '/\([a-z]*\) \([a-z]*\)/\2\1/'
Unrecognized command: /\([a-z]*\) \([a-z]*\)/\2\1/


Any idea???

regards
Apoorva Kumar
Forum: Linux 08-21-2006
5,753
Posted By apoorvasharma80
have you tried google. There you will find lots...
have you tried google. There you will find lots of pages telling about the five steps to start a daemon.

regards
Apoorva kumar
Forum: Red Hat 08-18-2006
12,341
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Dear sssow, the man page for dmsg...
Dear sssow,

the man page for dmsg say.......

dmesg - collect system diagnostic messages to form error log

It not what amiri2000 is looking for!


regards
Apoorva kumar
1,607
Posted By apoorvasharma80
This may be little ugly, but what you want to...
This may be little ugly, but what you want to achive can be done this way also .......

say we have one file 'file1' which has only one line 'echo $$'.
We have another file 'file2' which is........
Forum: Red Hat 08-18-2006
12,341
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Just check in the /proc.......you will find a lot...
Just check in the /proc.......you will find a lot of info about machine hardware and OS.

proc/cpuinfo
Information about the processor, such as its type, make, model, and
performance.
...
4,587
Posted By apoorvasharma80
Dear Oliver, I have not faced any colmn...
Dear Oliver,

I have not faced any colmn size problem so far. Still if you think so, you can also try 'printf' function. As far as f1,f2...are concern they just indecate the respective fields.
...
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