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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
Below is my script. It is currently working but I want some advice on maybe improving it and need some help on the pattern matching
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
My Problem is like below.
I have a file which contains just one row and contains data like
i want to extract SK12345678
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a string looks like the following:
USERS 32767.9844 UNDOTBS1 32767.9844 SYSAUX 32767.9844 SYSTEM 32767.9844 EMS 8192 EMS 8192 EMS_INDEXES 4096 EMS_INDEXES 4096 8 rows selected.
How do I extract a sub-string to get the expected output as following:
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am writing the following Perl Scrip and need your help in Pattern matching :
I have the following Shell Script that would read line by line from the file (file_svn) and would inturn calls the Perl Script:
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
Guys, i'm new to shell scripting. Here's what i need.
I need a shell script which would read a file containing only 1 line which never changes.
File containts -
SQL_Mgd_Svc_ELONMCL54496 |EMEA\brookkev, EMEA\fieldgra, EMEA\tidmamar, EMEA\attfiste, EMEA\baldogar, EMEA\clarkia2, EMEA\conwasha,... (9 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am pretty new to pattern matching and extraction using shell scripting. Could anyone please help me in extracting the word matching a pattern from a line in bash.
Input Sample (can vary between any of the 3 samples below):
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Hi All ,
I need to extract the strings that are matching with the pattern : CUST.<AnyStringOfAnyLength>.<AnyStringOfAnyLength> from a file and then write all these string into another file.
e.g. If a file SOURCE contains following lines :
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i'm having some problems just making an awk script (i've tried this way, but other way can be posible for sure), for the next file
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9. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hi all, how could i do ?
I have a Rss file, i want to extract only the Urls (many) matching http://www.xxx.com/trailers/ from that file and copy into another file.
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a log file which shows the files which has been changed over the last week.
They follow this pattern:
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I would be issuing the command inside vi(m).
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