## Count the decimal numbers with 6 precision

 shell scripts Count the decimal numbers with 6 precision
Count the decimal numbers with 6 precision

Hi guys,

I have a single column file with millions of records. I want to count the number of records with 6 decimal precision.

for ex:

1234.12
1234.132
12345.12345
1234.1
1234.13
1234.123456
243435.454555

i need to count the number of records with precision of 6 ( i.e here the count is 2)

Any kind of help is appreciated

THanks!
Marcus
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Thanks! vgersh99, i will try that out and will let you know about the result.

Thanks!
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