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Old 01-17-2013
Grouping

Hi all,
I am using following command:
Code:
perl program.pl input.txt output.txt  CUTOFF 3 > groups_3.txt

containing program.pl, two files (input.txt, output.txt) and getting output in groups_3.txt:

But, I wish to have 30 files corresponding to each CUTOFF ranging from 0 to 30 using the same program.pl, two files (input.txt, output.txt), because with each value of CUTOFF I will get different number of groups in each output file. In other words, I want to call program.pl using input.txt output.txt with different CUTOFF.

Thanks
# 2  
Old 01-18-2013
In bash it seems easy:
Code:
$ for x in {0..30}; do echo $x; done
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$

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