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I need to pad 0 to a number on the right. to make it 9 digit in total.
My number is 2457
output should be 245700000
Please do wrap your samples/codes into CODE TAGS as per forum rules. (3 Replies)
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I'm using cygwin bash to submit scheduled tasks (kinda like cron jobs) in windows and the following script is giving me grief. I need to format the current time with leading zeros before 10AM for the hour field. In this example, I manually typed in "09:50" instead of using the `printf...`... (2 Replies)
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I have number/strings like below
output = 234121330000 (depends on the number give at runtime)
i need to padd zeros based on runtime input . i tried below
printf ' %d%04d\n', "23412133";
But the precision 4 is static here how can i pass this as runtime input.
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I need to right-pad with zeros a string by using (s)printf.
I looked up the manual and tried with
which right-pad the string with spaces. So I tried
which left-pad the string with zeros. So I tried both
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I need a pad a . to befoure a last digi
ex 1258 --> 125.8
help to do
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Pad zeros to a number and assign it to a variable
like i get 1 in $i ,i want it to be $i as 01 (6 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Is there anyway to use the fr*$%& number pad in VI?
Anyway? Anyway at all?
All it does now random movements and inserts of characters (2 Replies)
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