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1,144
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$ sort -t"," -k1,1 -u file ...
$ sort -t"," -k1,1 -u file
ENSG00000003137,ENST00000001146
ENSG00000003402,ENST00000309955
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ls | awk -F"status_|[.]log" ' { print $2 }...
ls | awk -F"status_|[.]log" ' { print $2 } '
1,843
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Can you post expected output?
Can you post expected output?
1,016
Posted By anbu23
Can you post what you tried?
Can you post what you tried?
2,778
Posted By anbu23
$ cat check.sh fileprops="-rwxrwxrwx user1...
$ cat check.sh
fileprops="-rwxrwxrwx user1 2019-08-31 17:36 /fin/app/01/scripts/filename6.src 4294967295"
echo "FILE PROPERTY: $fileprops"
echo "PARAMETER3: $1"

if [[ "$1" ==...
4,472
Posted By anbu23
$ cat check.sh str=`echo $1 | sed -e...
$ cat check.sh
str=`echo $1 | sed -e 's#[\][\]n# #g'`
echo $str>check.now
$ bash -x ./check.sh '/fin/app/01/scripts\\n/fin/app/01/sql'
++ echo '/fin/app/01/scripts\\n/fin/app/01/sql'
++ sed -e...
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Posted By anbu23
$ sed -e 's/[^\t]*id/& \ /g' -e...
$ sed -e 's/[^\t]*id/& \ /g' -e 's/[^\t]*alias_./& \ /g' file
Chr1 lnci exon 83801516 83803251 . - . gene_id "LINC01725"; transcript_id "LINC01725:44"; ...
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Can you post what you tried?
Can you post what you tried?
4,159
Posted By anbu23
$ echo '/fin/app/scripts\\n/fin/app/01/sql' | sed...
$ echo '/fin/app/scripts\\n/fin/app/01/sql' | sed -e 's#\\\\n# #g';
/fin/app/scripts /fin/app/01/sql
$ echo '/fin/app/scripts\\n/fin/app/01/sql' > file
$ sed -e 's#\\\\n# #g' file...
4,159
Posted By anbu23
$ echo $str | sed -e 's#\\n# #g'; ...
$ echo $str | sed -e 's#\\n# #g';
/fin/app/scripts /fin/app/01/sql
1,951
Posted By anbu23
If you don't have ">" in your input before...
If you don't have ">" in your input before vehicle then try
awk -v Tyre='Four' ' $0 ~ /Vehicle:/ { veh=$2 } $0 ~ "Tyre : "Tyre { print veh } ' file

Or

$ awk -v Tyre='Four' ' $0 ~ /Vehicle:/ {...
1,951
Posted By anbu23
$ awk -v Tyre='Four' ' $0 ~ /Vehicle:/ { veh=$0 }...
$ awk -v Tyre='Four' ' $0 ~ /Vehicle:/ { veh=$0 } $0 ~ "Tyre : "Tyre { print veh } ' file
> Vehicle: BMW Class
Vehicle: Toyota Class
1,951
Posted By anbu23
Can you post what you have tried?
Can you post what you have tried?
1,225
Posted By anbu23
Can you post expected output?
Can you post expected output?
2,345
Posted By anbu23
$ awk ' FNR == NR { ky=$4; sub("_.*","",ky);...
$ awk ' FNR == NR { ky=$4; sub("_.*","",ky); arr[ky]=$0; next } {print arr[$1]} ' content.xls id.txt
NC_020815.1 1891831 1894692 virb4_A0A0H2X8Z4_ 1 954 1945
NC_020815.1 ...
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Posted By anbu23
$ awk -v RS="\nName:" -v OFS="," -v FS="\n" -v...
$ awk -v RS="\nName:" -v OFS="," -v FS="\n" -v ORS="\nName:" ' { print $1 OFS $2 ($3 ? OFS $3 : "") } ' file
Name: serve1,has disk :Yes,dev (8):
Name: serve2,has disk :No,dev (8):
Name: serve3,has...
3,761
Posted By anbu23
$ awk '{ currKey = $2 } > currKey != prevKey {...
$ awk '{ currKey = $2 }
> currKey != prevKey { prt(); min=$3; cnt=0 }
> { prevRec=$0; prevKey=currKey; max=$3; cnt++ }
> END { prt() }
>
> function prt( f) {
> if ( cnt ) {
> ...
1,236
Posted By anbu23
$ cat file =(root)NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/vim ...
$ cat file
=(root)NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/vim
=(ALL)NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/vim
=NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/vim
=(user)NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/vim
$ egrep '=(\(root\)|\(ALL\))?NOPASSWD' file
=(root)NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/vim...
2,534
Posted By anbu23
If you want to print block which contains pattern...
If you want to print block which contains pattern devId="number"

awk -v RS="</alarms>" -v ORS="</alarms>" ' devId="number" ' logfile
2,534
Posted By anbu23
Can you post expected output?
Can you post expected output?
1,840
Posted By anbu23
Yes
Yes
2,514
Posted By anbu23
Yes but use double quotes for variable...
Yes but use double quotes for variable substitution
var=1
sed "${var}..." file
2,514
Posted By anbu23
You can add line number like this to run...
You can add line number like this to run substitute only on first line
sed -i "1{s/{+//;s/+}//;}" error.txt
2,480
Posted By anbu23
$ echo '[string 1 ] apple [ string 2]' | perl -pi...
$ echo '[string 1 ] apple [ string 2]' | perl -pi -e ' s/[[][^]]*]//g; '
apple
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Posted By anbu23
$ awk -F'\\]|\\[|-|:' -v RS='\n>' ' NR == FNR {...
$ awk -F'\\]|\\[|-|:' -v RS='\n>' ' NR == FNR { gsub(" ",""); arr[$3]=1;next} arr[$2]{print ">" $0} ' f1 f2
>Contig_152:50833-51615
CGGAGTAGCTTCGATCAGCGTGACCGGTACCGAGCGACCGTCTTCAGTGAAGACGCGGCT...
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