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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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I want to grep out all lines of a file that starts with pattern 1 but also does not match with the second pattern.
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The sample file:
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I'm using the following code to extract the lines(and redirect them to a txt file) after the pattern match. But the output is inclusive of the line with pattern match.
Which option is to be used to exclude the line containing the pattern?
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I'm looking for some help. I have a file (very long) that is organized like below:
0 283nt, >01_FRYJ6ZM12HMXZS... at +/99%
1 279nt, >01_FRYJ6ZM12HN12A... at +/99%
2 281nt, >01_FRYJ6ZM12HM4TS... at +/99%
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10. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have file 1.txt with following entries as shown:
In file 2.txt I have the following entries as shown:
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