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# 1  
Old 07-23-2009
pick first 100 symbols along with its contents

input
>aa1
aaaaaa
>dd2
aggggg

I have a file with 6000 >IDS and their values
I need to filter 1st 100 names start with > and their values
after that I need to do it for second 100
# 2  
Old 07-23-2009
You said "after that I need to do it for second 100 "
You need to do what with the first 100?
Be more explicit.
I take it that you are looking for 200 lines (since you are paring them)?
The below line will get you the first 200 lines.
Code:
sed -n '1,200 p' input.txt

You can develop based on this.
# 3  
Old 07-23-2009
sorry

I think I can do the same with head -10 filename but I'm looking to doing some thing like this

i need to extract the 1st 100 or other that start with symbol ">"

what i mean is

>a1 to >a100 (just for example)

>a1 along with their values
aaaaaaaa
.........
...
>a2
hhhhhh
.........
...
to

>a100
ssssssssssss
........
....

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I solved it

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