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Old 11-17-2009
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Originally Posted by gaya
The input file is as below:
<record>123
xxxxx
<abc>
</record>
<record>456
yyyy
<xxx>
</record>

the expected output is:
<record>123xxxxx<abc></record>
<record>456yyyy<xxx></record>

Code:
awk '{ printf "%s" , $0 } /<\/record>/ { print "" }'

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