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Old 06-23-2011
Column format using echo in aix

Hi Friends,

I have the following values in

echo "$csi_tas_id"
echo "$platform"
echo "$region"

I want to display these values as shown below:

123 | UNIX | SG
231 | AIX | KR

I want to know how can we achieve this?

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Old 06-23-2011
echo "$csi_tas_id | $platform | $region"

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