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How can I extract/parse a complete URL from a semi random string?

I'd like to have bash parse/extract a full URL (and only the url) from a random short string. Examples: bob, the address is http://www.google.com or https://foo.com/category/example.html is up ...
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1answer
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Using BASH versus ASH on Synology

The majority of my photo files have the following naming convention / format IMG_20131204_120000.JPG, showing date and time the photo was taken (iPhone/Apple naming convention). However, not all my ...
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2answers
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Regular expression in bash script

This is my first time bash scripting so I'm probably making an easy mistake. Basically, I'm trying to write a script that gets the groups of a user, and if they are in a certain group, it will log ...
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vote
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How can I find matches with sed (or similar) for configuration parameters?

I'm pretty good at using php's preg_match (and similar) commands, and I'm also pretty good with regular expressions, but I don't do very well with sed. I have two shell scripts I'm working on and I'd ...
2
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2answers
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Parse apache logs to exclude IP ranges

I need to look for some requests in a huge pile of apache logs. My only requirement is this: I need to only view the requests coming from any IP address that is NOT included in a list of 50 IP ranges ...
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6answers
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Text Manipulation Across multiple lines

I Have a file that has text like this: AAAA BBBB CCCC DDDD 1234 5678 9012 3456 EEEE 7890 etc... And i want to match up the Alphabetic lines with the Numeric lines so they are like this: ...
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2answers
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Sed: replacing digits

I am trying to write some install scripts for when I install/upgrade Ubuntu. I'm having trouble with fixing logrotate.d: /var/log/ufw.log { rotate 7 weekly missingok notifempty compress delaycompress ...
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5answers
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Match regex in ksh

I am looking to do something like this in KSH: if (( $var = (foo|bar)[0-9]*$ )); then print "variable matched regex" fi Is it possible at all? For the record I'm using Ksh Version M-11/16/88i ...