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4,833
Posted By sea
Thats why I prefer functions: bigger_value() {...
Thats why I prefer functions:
bigger_value() { # str1 str2
[[ ! 2 -eq $# ]] && echo "Usage: $FUNCNAME str1 str2" >&2 && return 1
echo ${#1} ${#2} | awk '{a=b=$1;($1>$2)?a=$2:b=$2;if(a*b){print...
4,833
Posted By vgersh99
How about: echo ${#text1} ${#text2} | awk...
How about:
echo ${#text1} ${#text2} | awk '$1*$2{a=b=$1;($1>$2)?a=$2:b=$2;print int(100/a*b)}'
4,833
Posted By vgersh99
a bit simpler - the order doesn't matter: ...
a bit simpler - the order doesn't matter:

echo ${#text1} ${#text2} | awk '{a=b=$1;($1>$2)?a=$2:b=$2;print (100/a*b) }'
4,833
Posted By RudiC
Try also awk -v"T1=$text1" -v"T2=$text2" 'BEGIN...
Try also
awk -v"T1=$text1" -v"T2=$text2" 'BEGIN {PC = length(T1) / length (T2); print 100 * (PC<1?1/PC:PC) "%"}'
300%
4,833
Posted By sea
Why? In your 2nd example, the 2nd value is 50%...
Why?
In your 2nd example, the 2nd value is 50% of the first value. (${#text1} > ${#text2})
That is 100% accurate.

If you want to get only the bigger value, you need to switch the echo'd values,...
4,159
Posted By RudiC
I bet you have a P , a T , and a V file in...
I bet you have a P , a T , and a V file in your working directory, as ? is a "special pattern character" that "matches any single character" (cf man bash).
5,268
Posted By Chubler_XL
Apologies, I forgot to set $num in my example: ...
Apologies, I forgot to set $num in my example:

$ text='QIl reçoit 5 000 $ à la livraison. 5 000 $?'
$ num=1
$ echo '((1)) ((2))' > temp.tmp
$ perl -i -CA -pne 'my $val='\'"${text}"\'';...
4,941
Posted By RudiC
Try testing for "start-of-line nothing...
Try testing for "start-of-line nothing end-of-line":

echo "" | sed -n -r '/[0-9]{3}/{q100}; /^$/{q200}'; echo $?
200And, wouldn't it make sense to have different codes for different errors?
5,268
Posted By Chubler_XL
I found the problem with the perl code $ is...
I found the problem with the perl code $ is expanded in perl RE to avoid this I put the string in a perl variable with single quotes around it like this:

$ text='QIl reçoit 5 000 $ à la livraison....
3,170
Posted By MadeInGermany
arr=("$@") Quotes around $@ (and ${arr[@]})...
arr=("$@")
Quotes around $@ (and ${arr[@]}) protect against word splitting and other substitutions, but still retain the list of argument members (and other array members).

In contrast, with $*...
3,170
Posted By RudiC
It doesn't work that way. First, you need to use...
It doesn't work that way. First, you need to use a "command substitution" for the seq command. Then, $X will be expanded to 1 .. $#, NOT to the values of the respective positional parameters. There...
7,769
Posted By nezabudka
Hi @bedtime thank you. Indeed, translating...
Hi @bedtime
thank you. Indeed, translating into French is much more complicated.
I tagged a release in v2.0.0 with support for multi-line subtitles.
Maybe this will change the situation? In...
7,769
Posted By nezabudka
Hi file Mother.srt Mother.srt: UTF-8 Unicode...
Hi
file Mother.srt
Mother.srt: UTF-8 Unicode text, with CRLF line terminators
sed -i 's/\r//g' Mother.srt
file Mother.srt
Mother.srt: UTF-8 Unicode text

./to.sh Mother.srt
parameters...
7,769
Posted By nezabudka
Hi I added a description to the repository....
Hi
I added a description to the repository. your 'seq' swears either at the wrong format or at the absence of a parameter. Try in the terminal first:
seq -f'(%.f)' 5
If everything works well then...
7,769
Posted By nezabudka
Hello A good idea. I also started up. nezabudka...
Hello
A good idea. I also started up. nezabudka / srt_to_ass . GitLab (https://gitlab.com/nezabudka/srt_to_ass)
I tried to work with your script, but since I have slow Internet, I was not able to...
7,769
Posted By nezabudka
In the Fedora is install like this dnf install...
In the Fedora is install like this
dnf install translate-shell
And thank you
I liked the program, I'll try to work with it. I'm just learning English :)
7,769
Posted By nezabudka
Or maybe just do throw an agent? GitHub -...
Or maybe just do throw an agent?
GitHub - soimort/translate-shell: Command-line translator using Google Translate, Bing Translator, Yandex.Translate, etc....
10,000
Posted By balajesuri
You may try perl. When it comes to regex and...
You may try perl. When it comes to regex and string parsing, perl handles them beautifully. Of course, doesn't mean you don't have other options.
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Posted By vgersh99
wouldn't this suffice (or a variation of): ps...
wouldn't this suffice (or a variation of):
ps -axeo comm --no-header --sort=-%cpu
4,972
Posted By RudiC
This is my personal feeling: It is well known...
This is my personal feeling: It is well known that any dedicated compiled program, be it C, C++, Pascal, or other, usually benefit from increased execution speed compared to e.g. scripts. But there...
Forum: Programming 03-07-2018
1,393
Posted By jim mcnamara
Oh. I assumed too much. If you are going to...
Oh. I assumed too much. If you are going to code in Unix, please consider reading/referring to one of these books - the calls I mentioned are all explained with examples:

Michael Kerrisk 'The...
Forum: Programming 03-06-2018
1,393
Posted By jim mcnamara
Overview: I'm not going to figure out all of...
Overview:
I'm not going to figure out all of the above wall of code. This example is how MS windows and X work. A simple, fairly stupid, event (message) pump that does nothing but read stdin, then...
Forum: Programming 03-01-2018
1,014
Posted By RudiC
Good you had another improvement of your code....
Good you had another improvement of your code. Applying what you learned in some of your other threads (gsub (tagIn "[^" tagOut "]*" tagOut, ""), post7 (https://www.unix.com/303013697-post7.html),...
Forum: Programming 03-01-2018
1,014
Posted By Don Cragun
We assume that you know that exactly the same...
We assume that you know that exactly the same thing works in awk:
echo "This html code <text blah >contains <garbage blah blah >. All tags must go, <text > but some must be replaced with <garbage...
Forum: Programming 02-28-2018
1,014
Posted By Don Cragun
When trying to match the end of a tag with its...
When trying to match the end of a tag with its start, you need to look for the entire tag in a single search. Since there are several tags on the line, the way you are searching for the end tag may...
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