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Old 02-27-2008
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Hi,

If you are not sure how many || will appear continously, why not using loop?

Below is a sample, hope can help you more.

Code:
read a
echo $a | grep ||
num=`echo $?`
while [ $num -le 0 ]
do
	a=`echo $a | sed '/||/| |/'`
	echo $a | grep || 1>/dev/null
	num=`echo $?`
done
echo $a


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