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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
Daily I am generating a file dfm_daily_file_
ex: dfm_daily_file_05072015 date will be changed daily.
Once the file is FTP it is deleted.
I have tried the below code to get the file name with any date and store it in a variable its not working.
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a file service.xml which has following content:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I've a file ImageSizeDetails.txt with the following contents:
Image Name: swncd 01.10.00.04
Created: Wed Jan 9 14:05:48 2013
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
How to use a variable to store the filename of a file which was found by the 'find' command.
can this be practical-->var = find . -name "filename.dat"
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am trying for a scenario where in I want to read the contents of a file line by line and then store them in variables. Below is the script:
while read line
id=`echo $line | cut -f1 -d |`
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How to read a file and put the values in a script. E.g.
The script should read this file and put these values in 3 different variables x1,x2,x3 which can be used further.
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7. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hello, Would someone guide me on how to write a shell script the would search for a phone no using at the end text file using sed or awk and store it in a varaible or print it.
The text file is in this form
text or numbers in first line
text or numbers in second line
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a file with some values in a tab delimted format
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i am writing csh script
i have one dat file containing following data.like this.
08FD3 03A26 000FA0 FFFF0 BBA0F 00000 00000
from the above file i want to read each letter and store it in one variable.
how it is possible.
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MAIL(1) General Commands Manual MAIL(1)
mail - send and receive electronic mail
mail [-dpqrv] [-f file] [user]
-d Force use of the shell variable MAILER
-f Use file instead of /usr/spool/mail/user as mailbox
-p Print all mail and then exit
-q Quit program if SIGINT received
-r Reverse print order, i.e., print oldest first
-v Verbose mode
mail ast # Send a message to ast
mail # Read your mail
Mail is an extremely simple electronic mail program. It can be used to send or receive email on a single MINIX system, in which case it
functions as user agent and local delivery agent. If the flag MAILER is defined in mail.c, it can also call a transport agent to handle
remote mail as well. No such agent is supplied with MINIX.
When called by user with no arguments, it examines the mailbox /usr/spool/mail/user, prints one message (depending on the -r flag), and
waits for one of the following commands:
<newline> Go to the next message
- Print the previous message
!command Fork off a shell and execute command
CTRL-D Update the mailbox and quit (same as q)
d Delete the current message and go to the next one
q Update the mailbox and quit (same as CTRL-D)
p Print the current message again
s [file] Save message in the named file
x Exit without updating the mailbox
To send mail, the program is called with the name of the recipient as an
argument. The mail is sent, along with a postmark line containing the date.
For local delivery, a file named after the recipient in the directory
/usr/spool/mail must be writable.
If the directory /usr/spool/mail does not exist then the mail is
dumped on the console, so that system programs have a way to notify
a user on a system that does not have a mail spool.