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Old 10-19-2009
Read any lines of text from file

Witam wszystkich ,

Jest to moj pierwszy post i już prośba ale gdybym potrafił zaradzić problemowi to nie zawracałbym nikomu głowy .

mianowicie :

Mam jakis 'plik' w ktorym są osadzone pojedyncze i zmienne słowa po jednym w lini czyli :

.... itd.

Moje pytanie brzmi :

- jak mam odczytać z tego pliku konkretną linie i przekazać wyjście do innego pliku ? Czy jest jakieś polecenie które to umożliwia w prosty sposób ?


Last edited by zaxxon; 10-20-2009 at 04:48 AM.. Reason: Changed topic
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Old 10-19-2009
Bitte ne pas parlare po Polsku pero in English graag...
# 3  
Old 10-19-2009
sory ,

Hi all,

This is my first post and I asked if I could but it did not address this problem would bother anyone's head.


I have a 'file' in which they are embedded single and variable words in one line that is:

.... itd.

My question is:

- As I read from this file and specific line of the output to another file? Is there a command that enables the easy way?
# 4  
Old 10-19-2009
Do you mean like this?
grep tekttw file > found.txt

# 5  
Old 10-19-2009
not the case, has further explained:

I am doing a script that queries the ports of my server and saves results to a file in the form:

=== file wyn1.log ===

the first line is the first port of argument given in the script for the second line is the second port of script given as an argument ........

I need to read any line.

nmap -n -r -p$port $domena | awk 'BEGIN {RS=" "} /closed/ || /open/ ' >>  wyn1.log

So far, I checked the port so only one option
echo-e "Port $port is:` head wyn1.log `" >> end.log

but I want to query enough clicks away at the same time my question.

Know, words will be repeated in a different order, and will focus on different ports.
# 6  
Old 10-19-2009
Instead of "head wyn1.log" try:
awk NR==$port wyn1.log

sed -n ${port}p wyn1.log

sed $port\!d wyn1.log

Last edited by Scrutinizer; 10-19-2009 at 08:39 PM..
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