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Old 08-05-2011
Sorting the Data

My actual data looks like below

i have given only format. i can't give exact data format of my requirement due to some reasons. I this set of data lines about 5000

I need to come up with information in below

exact format of my data set :


ab cd "somedata1":

ab cd "somedata5":
i need to get the ouput as

abcd efgh ijkl monop
somedata1 somedata2 somedata3 somedata4
somedata5 somedata6 somedata7 somedata8

I would happy if you i get some script which can give this info.

from my file i will need to get the 4000 lines of data.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-05-2011
Several people took their time to answer you question in

You don't say "thank you" them nor "sorry I gave you wrong information". You just made the new topic with the corrected question. Maybe you are wrong again? Who knows... Learn perl or awk or hire a programmer.
Though maybe there are more kind people here than I am.

PS Yes, they are. Smilie

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