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# 8  
Old 06-06-2011
Both works

Code:
-bash-3.2$ awk -F"[:[]" 'NF==1{print ; next}{if($2<14&&$2!=""){$0=$1":"$2"[dB]"; print $0}} ' test
HTHa0101013>    Value
MOD_2_1:        13.9[dB]
HTHa0101014>
MOD_1_1:        10.2[dB]
HTHa0101015>
HTHa0101016>
MOD_1_1:        13.0[dB]
HTHa0101017>
MOD_2_1:        10.7[dB]
HTHa0101018>
HTHa0101020>
MOD_1_1:        13.2[dB]
HTHa0101021>
HTHa0101022>
MOD_1_1:        10.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        11.2[dB]
-bash-3.2$ cat test

HTHa0101013>    Value
MOD_0_1:        20.5[dB]
MOD_1_1:        23.9[dB]
MOD_2_1:        13.9[dB]
HTHa0101014>
MOD_0_1:        26.2[dB]
MOD_1_1:        10.2[dB]
MOD_2_1:        27.8[dB]
HTHa0101015>
MOD_0_1:        28.0[dB]
MOD_1_1:        24.2[dB]
MOD_2_1:        28.6[dB]
HTHa0101016>
MOD_0_1:        24.6[dB]
MOD_1_1:        13.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        27.6[dB]
HTHa0101017>
MOD_0_1:        19.0[dB]
MOD_1_1:        18.4[dB]
MOD_2_1:        10.7[dB]
HTHa0101018>
MOD_0_1:        24.9[dB]
MOD_1_1:        28.8[dB]
MOD_2_1:        22.3[dB]
HTHa0101020>
MOD_0_1:        19.6[dB]
MOD_1_1:        13.2[dB]
MOD_2_1:        16.9[dB]
HTHa0101021>
MOD_0_1:        19.1[dB]
MOD_1_1:        15.5[dB]
MOD_2_1:        27.5[dB]
HTHa0101022>
MOD_0_1:        20.8[dB]
MOD_1_1:        10.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        11.2[dB]
-bash-3.2$ awk -v thr=14 -F '[:[]' '/>/ {h=$0;p=1;next} {if(NF>2 &&$2<thr){printf("%s%s\n", p?h ORS:"", $0);p=0}}' test
HTHa0101013>    Value
MOD_2_1:        13.9[dB]
HTHa0101014>
MOD_1_1:        10.2[dB]
HTHa0101016>
MOD_1_1:        13.0[dB]
HTHa0101017>
MOD_2_1:        10.7[dB]
HTHa0101020>
MOD_1_1:        13.2[dB]
HTHa0101022>
MOD_1_1:        10.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        11.2[dB]
-bash-3.2$

# 9  
Old 06-06-2011
Quote:
Originally Posted by click
Both works

Code:
-bash-3.2$ awk -F"[:[]" 'NF==1{print ; next}{if($2<14&&$2!=""){$0=$1":"$2"[dB]"; print $0}} ' test
HTHa0101013>    Value
MOD_2_1:        13.9[dB]
HTHa0101014>
MOD_1_1:        10.2[dB]
HTHa0101015>
HTHa0101016>
MOD_1_1:        13.0[dB]
HTHa0101017>
MOD_2_1:        10.7[dB]
HTHa0101018>
HTHa0101020>
MOD_1_1:        13.2[dB]
HTHa0101021>
HTHa0101022>
MOD_1_1:        10.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        11.2[dB]
-bash-3.2$ cat test

HTHa0101013>    Value
MOD_0_1:        20.5[dB]
MOD_1_1:        23.9[dB]
MOD_2_1:        13.9[dB]
HTHa0101014>
MOD_0_1:        26.2[dB]
MOD_1_1:        10.2[dB]
MOD_2_1:        27.8[dB]
HTHa0101015>
MOD_0_1:        28.0[dB]
MOD_1_1:        24.2[dB]
MOD_2_1:        28.6[dB]
HTHa0101016>
MOD_0_1:        24.6[dB]
MOD_1_1:        13.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        27.6[dB]
HTHa0101017>
MOD_0_1:        19.0[dB]
MOD_1_1:        18.4[dB]
MOD_2_1:        10.7[dB]
HTHa0101018>
MOD_0_1:        24.9[dB]
MOD_1_1:        28.8[dB]
MOD_2_1:        22.3[dB]
HTHa0101020>
MOD_0_1:        19.6[dB]
MOD_1_1:        13.2[dB]
MOD_2_1:        16.9[dB]
HTHa0101021>
MOD_0_1:        19.1[dB]
MOD_1_1:        15.5[dB]
MOD_2_1:        27.5[dB]
HTHa0101022>
MOD_0_1:        20.8[dB]
MOD_1_1:        10.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        11.2[dB]
-bash-3.2$ awk -v thr=14 -F '[:[]' '/>/ {h=$0;p=1;next} {if(NF>2 &&$2<thr){printf("%s%s\n", p?h ORS:"", $0);p=0}}' test
HTHa0101013>    Value
MOD_2_1:        13.9[dB]
HTHa0101014>
MOD_1_1:        10.2[dB]
HTHa0101016>
MOD_1_1:        13.0[dB]
HTHa0101017>
MOD_2_1:        10.7[dB]
HTHa0101020>
MOD_1_1:        13.2[dB]
HTHa0101022>
MOD_1_1:        10.0[dB]
MOD_2_1:        11.2[dB]
-bash-3.2$

No, not really - look at the output of your script....

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