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say that i have strings that end in "text"
foo.9.text, bar.10.text, baz.11.text
and i want a C function to chop off the last four characters and replace each string with a '\0'; obviously with error-checking. Any ideas?
TIA! (7 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
suppose, entered input is of 1-40 bytes, i need it to be converted to 40 bytes exactly.
example: if i have entered my name anywhere between 1-40 i want it to be stored with 40 bytes exactly.
enter your name:
donald duck (this is of 11 bytes)
expected is as below - display 11... (3 Replies)
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Hello guys. I really hope someone will help me with this one..
So, I have to write this script who:
- creates a file home/student/vmdisk of 10 mb
- formats that file to ext3
- mounts that partition to /mnt/partition
- creates a file /mnt/partition/data. In this file, there will... (1 Reply)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hey guys I'm new to unix and need help printing files in a specified directory according to size in bytes as well as files with equal bites in alphabetical order
the part i have done so far prints out all files in the directory as well as setting a time limit in which they have been modified
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We have a Unix 3.2v5.0.5.
I installed a printer via scoadmin, HP network printer manager with network peripheral name (hostname and ipadres are in /etc/hosts).
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We are using Red Hat. We have a issue like this: We want to print from Linux, to a printer attached to a Windows machine. What we want to print is a PDF. It prints, but the printing starts from the middle of the page. In the report, there is no space at the top but still printing starts from the... (5 Replies)
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If I want to copy a 1024 byte data stream in to the target location in 3-bytes chunk, I guess I can use the following script.
dd bs=1024 count=3 if=/src of=/dest
But, I would like to know, how to do it via a C program. I have tried this with memcpy(), that did not help. (3 Replies)
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While running script I am getting an error like
Few lines in data are not being processed.
After googling it I came to know that adding such line would give some memory to it
my input file size is 1 GB.
Is that memory limit is based on RAM we have on... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: elamurugu
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Does anybody know or guide me on how to remove the first N bytes and the last N bytes from a binary file? Is there any AWK or SED or any command that I can use to achieve this?
Your help is greatly appreciated!!
Naveen. (1 Reply)
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Hi guys ...
i need ur help with some printing problem in unix ...
first prob. :
i wanna print from my NCR unix to an Win NT , Ip based printing server ( HP JetDirect ) .
My issue , is it possible to print directly to an Ip address from unix ?
How do i make it work to get any results ?... (3 Replies)
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