What's the best way to print the text between (and including) the first pattern ("SELECT" or "SSELECT") and a second pattern ("[") using a command-line took (e.g. cut, sed, awk)? For example, given ...
I am having two file naming Extra_info and Class_info Class_info contains data : stuId stuName stuClass S01 jagdeep First S02 harsh First S03 Roop Second S04 Kali Third ...
I have the following cases: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org I'm trying to convert these to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com So it should remove everything from ...
I have a log file and would like to cut it into copies of 15min. In the log file the lines start with: dd mmm yyyy hh:mm:ss,xxx e.g. 12 Feb 2013 16:05:02,xxx log text... and the file rotates ...
What is the best way to remove distances in the following lines and output cdv format. Can this be done reasonably easily on the command line? I'd like to avoid having to write a full-blow script. ...
I've spent over an hour poking at this. It can't be this hard... I want to print a column of data from one file to another file. The column I want to print is dependent on what is passed in and stuff ...
uniq -c separate the occurrence number by spaces, which is hard for to cut or awk to separate it out later. 1000_A1\tB1\n ___1_A2\tB2\n I can solve this problem using sed -r 's/^ *([0-9]+)/\1\t/' ...
So I know tools exist for this problem because I've heard about them, but I don't know what they are. I want to do something like filter out all data but the usernames in /etc/passwd. For example, I ...