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# 8  
Old 09-18-2013
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Originally Posted by batka
Can i do this with a for loop like this?
It gives me an error.
For loop like what?

Gives what error!
# 9  
Old 09-18-2013
Not sure where you want to slide that in. You can put file after file through one awk script; check the awk internal FILENAME variable to know which file you are processing; or have a statement like FNR==1 {i++} in your script to identify the file number.
You also can change the field separator on the fly: awk 'script' file1 FS="[]:]" file2 file3

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