So I have some output that has very long lines, and I want to have it formatted to lines no more than 80 columns wide, but I don't want to split words because they are in the column limit. I tried ...
Assume I have a file with about 10000 lines. How can I print 100 lines, starting from line 1200 to line 1300?
I want your help in multiplying my data file with another index data file. Both data files have the same number of rows. But the data file have more than 1000 columns while the index data has only one ...
I want to create and organize data in a file from a number of files by selecting parts of the columns of the given files. I have more than 10 file to copy the second, third and forth columns of each ...
I need to read a file, find the maximum value in each row, and print the ID of the row, the column the maximum value came from (sno#), and the value from the associated lc# column. If the maximum ...
Example line from syslog file: Aug 1 10:25:50 10.10.10.1 id=firewall sn=XXXX time="2012-08-01 14:35:18 UTC" fw=x.x.x.x pri=6 c=1024 m=537 msg="Connection Closed" f=11 n=195273698 ...
How can I turn this ugly output into pretty, useful data? The output: /* ---------- TA#box#AbC_p ---------- */ insert_job: TA#box#AbC_p job_type: a #owner: bob permission: gx date_conditions: 1 ...
I have a file that's growing about 200,000 lines a day, and it is all formed with blocks of three lines as such: 1358726575123 # key Joseph Brunner # name carpenter # job ...