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I'm trying to use pyExcelerator's module "xls2csv" converter in ubuntu.
The following works great, except the standard out is in the terminal.
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Compilation of the line "cout = outFile" throws error
"Error: std::ios_base::operator=(const std::ios_base&) is not accessible from std::ios ::operator=(const std::ios &)."
outFile is declared as "static ofstream".
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I'd like to do an if / else if condition and print to different files.
if ($1 == "yes") print $2, $4 < infile > outfile1 ;
else if ($1 == "No") print $2, $4 < infile > outfile2
Obviously I don't know the syntax.
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I`m having output file which contain following no which changes every time i run script.The number given below are there in file and i have to fatch them from file.
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I am very new in programming. I need some help.
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I have a file that comes in as 20081002_invoices.txt and needs to go out as
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