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Old 11-11-2014
Get the id with specify flag

.... means multi line
Code:
ddd,bug fgdrg
dfdfsdfdfsd
fsdfdfdfd
fdfdsfdsfsd
.......
flag2
......

aaa,bug sfsfsfsfs
dfdfsdfdfsd
fsdfdfdfd
fdfdsfdsfsd
......
flag1
......

ddd,bug fgdrg
dfdfsdfdfsd
fsdfdfdfd
fdfdsfdsfsd
......
zzfsfsdgdgdgdgdg
......

ddd,bug gdgdtrgtr
dfdfsdfdfsd
fsdfdfdfd
fdfdsfdsfsd
......
flag1
.......

xxxx,bug fgdrg
dfdfsdfdfsd
fsdfdfdfd
fdfdsfdsfsd
.......
flag1
........

outout

note flag1 maybe some thing like "intel.*USB.*SATA" I would like to search contains flag1' section and get the id (it's a bug id)
Code:
aaa,ddd,xxxx


Last edited by yanglei_fage; 11-11-2014 at 06:29 AM..
# 2  
Old 11-11-2014
WHAT? Some text to the spec would help us from guessing. Using wild assumptions, I came up with:
Code:
awk '$NF=="flag1" {split($1, T, ","); if (!X[T[1]]++) printf "%s%s", DL, T[1]; DL=","} END {printf "\n"}' RS= file
aaa,ddd,xxxx

# 3  
Old 11-11-2014
Quote:
Originally Posted by RudiC
WHAT? Some text to the spec would help us from guessing. Using wild assumptions, I came up with:
Code:
awk '$NF=="flag1" {split($1, T, ","); if (!X[T[1]]++) printf "%s%s", DL, T[1]; DL=","} END {printf "\n"}' RS= file
aaa,ddd,xxxx

Hi

flag1 maybe something like "intel.*USB.*SATA"

---------- Post updated at 03:30 AM ---------- Previous update was at 03:27 AM ----------

Quote:
Originally Posted by RudiC
WHAT? Some text to the spec would help us from guessing. Using wild assumptions, I came up with:
Code:
awk '$NF=="flag1" {split($1, T, ","); if (!X[T[1]]++) printf "%s%s", DL, T[1]; DL=","} END {printf "\n"}' RS= file
aaa,ddd,xxxx

I updated my question
# 4  
Old 11-11-2014
Well, try to adapt my code snippet...
# 5  
Old 11-11-2014
Quote:
Originally Posted by RudiC
Well, try to adapt my code snippet...
I don't understand your code Smilie
# 6  
Old 11-11-2014
man awk
# 7  
Old 11-11-2014
Quote:
Originally Posted by RudiC
man awk
Hi your code works well when there the flag is the last line, but it's not always the last line, so I'm not sure how to modify
 

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