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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am back for the second round today - :D
My input text file is this way
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm totally stumped with how to handle this huge text file I'm trying to deal with. I really need some help!
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I was trying to parse the text file, which will looks like this
int = 4
char = 1
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I need to parse through a text file searching for a specific string, then after I find this string read in remaining data off the line to a variable.
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have a text file:
router1#sh ip blah blah | incl ---
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm new to scripting and was wondering if there was a way to accomplish what I want below using shell script(s).
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8. Shell Programming and Scripting
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9. Shell Programming and Scripting
Hey Guys.I am a newbie on Bash Shell Scripting and Perl.And I have a question about file parsing.
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10. Shell Programming and Scripting
I know there are people who live to be able to help people like me. That's why I'm here!
I have a text file that has a corresponding address information that I need to be able to get maybe as a Unix Function.
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Discussion started by: sallender
bntext(5) File Formats Manual bntext(5)
bnmotd.txt, bnnews.txt bnissue.txt - messages for the Unix Battle.net daemon
The file bnmotd.txt contains text displayed by bnetd(1), when users first log into the server.
The file bnnews.txt contains text displayed when the user uses the /news chat command.
The files consist of raw text with printf-style formatting escapes. Each line of a file can contain a type formatter from the following
%B Use the broadcast attribute (???).
%C Execute the line as if the user entered it as a command.
%E Use the error attribute (red).
%I Use the info attribute (yellow). This is the same was %W.
%M Normal chat message (white). This will appear as if the user said it.
%T Emote chat message (???). This will appear as if the user said it.
%W Use the warning attribute (yellow). This is the same was %I.
Within a line, any of the following format formatters may be used:
%% Expand to a literal percent sign (%).
%a Expand to the number of accounts on the server.
%c Expand to the number of channels on the server. This includes all permanent and current temporary channels.
%g Expand to the number of games on the server. This includes both public and private (passworded) games.
%h Expand to the hostname of the server (as returned by gethostname(2)).
%i Expand to this user's account ID number, formatted with a leading pound (#) sign and leading zeros.
%l Expand to this user's current chat name which is usually the same
%r Expand to the IP of the remote machine (the client).
%t Expand to four character client tag.
%u Expand to the number of users logged into the server.
%v Expand to the version number of the server.
Ross Combs (email@example.com)
2 August, 2001 bntext(5)