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Old 10-06-2009
csplit issue

Hello all

The below command works perfeft when executed from the shell prompt.

"csplit -f first Allocation.log.1 "%. Oct 02 .%" {1} "

and generates first00 file.

But it fails if I include the same command in my script.

I am trying to automate some process and this is turning out to be an unachievable task for me...can somebody help me please...it is urgent.

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Old 10-06-2009
exactly what do you mean by it fails? Syntax Error?
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