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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
I need to split a file by number of records and rename each split file with actual filename pre-pended with 3 digit split number.
What I have tried is the below command with 2 digit numeric value
split -l 3 -d abc.txt F (# Will Produce split Files as F00 F01 F02)
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How can i split this.. :)
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I have a file consists of 4 columns separated by tab. The problem is the third fields. Some of the them are very long but can be split by the vertical bar "|". Also some of them do not contain the string "UniProt", but I could ignore it at this moment, and sort the file afterwards. Here is... (5 Replies)
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I have a huge file of say 1 gb called A123.txt..
to get the word count, i do
wc -l A123.txt
This gives me a count of say 122898.
Now what i do is, i divide this by 4 ie. 122888/4=30722
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I'm trying to do a split using two delimiters. The first delimiter is ": " (or we could call it :\s). The second is "\n".
How can or these delimiters so I can toss the values into an array without issue?
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I have a file that reads "#ID, First, P1(40), P2(40), P3(40)..." and I need to split this line up.
I first did @scores = split(/,/, $input);
But I need to split it up and get the the parentheses with numbers split up too, in order to add them together later.
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I have gone through all the threads in the forum and tested out different things. I am trying to split a 3GB file into multiple files. Some files are even larger than this.
split -l 3000000 filename.txt
This is very slow and it splits the file with 3 million records in each... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: madhunk