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# 15  
Old 10-11-2007
The pattern looks like the following three lines after '** AB.*07'

Code:
sed -n -e '/^\*\* ABC.*07$/{N;N;N;p}' input

# 16  
Old 10-11-2007
Hi Vino,

The actual data has random number of lines so we can't take those as reference
but there's a fixed number of fields for "mma k= qqqq".
This is tough to tackle.

Last edited by Raynon; 10-11-2007 at 08:39 AM..

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