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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am getting an argument which specifies the range of numbers. eg: 7-15
Is there a way that i can easily (avoiding loop) print the range of number between and including the specified above.
The above example should translate to 7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15 (3 Replies)
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I have a matrix like this:
Algorithm predicted_gene start_point end_point
A x 65 85
B x 70 80
C x 75 85
D x 10 20
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Here there are four tab-separated columns. The first column is the used algorithm for prediction, and there are 4 of them A-D.... (8 Replies)
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I am very new at awk and to me the task I need to get done is very very challenging... Nevertheless, after admiring how fast and elegant issues are being solved here I am sure this is my best chance.
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
I want to know how to grep for the lines that has a number between given range(start and end).
I have tried the following sed command.
sed -n -e '/20030101011442/,/20030101035519/p'
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Hi I have a data file with two columns which looks like:
18 32 (7 Replies)
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I have a column where there are values from 1 to 150.
I want to get the frequency of values in the following ranges:
How can I do this in a for loop?
Guss (1 Reply)
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I have two columns with data that look like this:
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We have some ranges of number which belongs to particual group as below.
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Group0125 935300 935399
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Hi im new to unix and need to find a way to grep the top 5 numbers in a file and put them into another file. For example my file looks like this
and so on...
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10. Shell Programming and Scripting
I want to grep a range of numbers in a log file. My log file looks like this:
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odump(1) General Commands Manual odump(1)
odump - dumps selected parts of an object file
odump [ options ] file...
The command dumps selected parts of each object file. This command works for object files and archives of object files.
The following options are available with the command:
-a Dumps the archive header for each member of the specified archive file.
-f Dumps each file header.
-g Dumps the global symbols from the symbol table of a RISC archive.
-o Dumps each optional header.
-h Dumps section headers.
-i Dumps the symbolic information header.
-s Dumps section contents.
-r Dumps relocation information.
-l Dumps line number information.
-t Dumps symbol table entries.
-zname Dumps line number entries for the specified function name.
-c Dumps the string table.
-L Interpret and print the contents of the .lib sections.
-F Dumps the file descriptor table.
-P Dumps the procedure descriptor table.
-R Dumps the relative file index table.
The command accepts these modifiers with the options:
-dnumber Dumps the section number or a range of sections starting at number and ending either at the last section number or the number
you specify with +d.
+dnumber Dumps sections in the range beginning with the first section or beginning with the section you specify with -d.
-nname Dumps information only about the specified name. This modifier works with -h, -s, -r, -l, and -t.
-p Does not print headers
-tindex Dumps only the indexed symbol table entry. You can also specify a range of symbol table entries by using the modifier -t with
the +t option.
+tindex Dumps the symbol table entries in the specified range. The range begins at the first symbol table entry or at the entry speci-
fied by -t. The range ends with the specified indexed entry.
-u Underlines the name of the file for emphasis.
-v Dumps information symbolically rather than numerically (for example, Static rather than 0X02 ). You can use -v with all the
options except -s.
Dumps the specified line number entry or a range of line numbers. The range starts at the number for the named function.
+znumber Dumps line numbers for a specified range. The range starts at either the name or number specified by -z The range ends with the
number specified by +z.
Also, an option and its modifier can be separated by using blanks. The name can be separated from the number that modifies -z by replacing
the comma with a blank.
The command tries to format information in a helpful way, printing information in character, hexadecimal, octal, or decimal as appropriate.