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Can anyone help with this this one liner:
nawk -v RS='' '$1=$1' InputFile

What I have in the file:
0.0013985457223116
-0.0002338180925628
0.0

0.0003709430584958
-0.0005763523138347
0.0

And the output I want:
0.0013985457223116 -0.0002338180925628 0.0
0.0003709430584958 -0.0005763523138347 0.0

For some reason I am not getting the desired output. Maybe the length of the numbers has something to do with it.
TIA
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stupid carrage returns (^M) were messing up the script. Got rid of them and it works like a charm. MODs can close this thread
 

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