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Stripping of Non-Printable Chars in the Who Is Online Page
Noticed that after changing our site and HTML be to UTF-8 compliant per HTML5 standards, we started to see unprintable chars in the country and city name from the geoip database which converts IP addresses to country and city names. So, I just added this code to that PHP plugin which seems to do the trick:
I did a check and seems that problem has been solved, or at least a bandaid fix to another issue I don't have time to look into at this time.
I have a file a1.txt with data as follows.
dfjakjf...asdfkasj</EnableQuotedIDs><SQL><SelectStatement modified='1' type='string'><!
The delimiter string: <SelectStatement modified='1' type='string'><!
dlm="<SelectStatement modified='1' type='string'><!
The above command is... (7 Replies)
How do I remove non-printable characters from all txt files and output the results to one file?
I've tried the following:
tr -cd '\n' < *.txt > out.txt
and it gives ambiguous redirect error.
How can I get it to operate on all txt files in the current directory and append the output to... (1 Reply)
I know this should be simple, but I've been manning sed awk grep and find and am stupidly stumped :(
I'm trying to use sed (or awk, find, etc) to find 4 characters on the second line of a file.txt 44-47 characters in. I can find lots of sed things for lines, but not characters. (4 Replies)
I was using the following bash command inside the emacs compile command to search C++ source code:
grep -inr --include='*.h' --include='*.cpp' '"' * | sed "/include/d" | sed "/_T/d" | sed '/^ *\/\//d' | sed '/extern/d'
Emacs will then position me in the correct file and at the correct line... (0 Replies)