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How to split such a string into array in bash

I have problem with output of a program. I need to launch a command in bash and take its ouput (string) and split it to add new lines in certain places. The string looks like this: battery.charge: ...
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4answers
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How do I break up a file like split to stdout for piping to a command?

I have a large .sql file full of SELECT statements that contain data I want to insert into my SQL Server database. I'm looking for how I could basically take the file's contents, 100 lines at a time, ...
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Bash split a list of files

I have 200 files in a folder like: test_1_cfg.dat, test_2_cfg.dat,.... and so on. I need to include in a bash script the first 40 files as input and run some process, another script to read the next ...
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Is it possible to split file and append the pieces with same extension in one liner?

I did it in two commands --- one for splitting, and one for moving. I can't seem to find my way around it such as to have it all done with one line. What I did was: split.exe --bytes=2300k -d ...
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Using GNU Parallel With Split

I'm loading a pretty gigantic file to a postgresql database. To do this I first use split in the file to get smaller files (30Gb each) and then I load each smaller file to the database using GNU ...
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3answers
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Tar piped to split piped to scp

So I'm trying to transfer a bunch of files via SCP. Some of these are too large to be stored on the recipient (Android phone, 4GB file size limit). The sender is almost out of space, so I can't ...
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Splitting string by the first occurrence of a delimiter

I have a string in the next format id;some text here with possible ; inside and want to split it to 2 strings by first occurrence of the ;. So, it should be: id and some text here with possible ; ...
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Can I automate tar's multi-volume-feature?

Ok, so I've just had a read through this page after a way to improve my current backup solution on my Debian server. Tar seems to be offering a quite nice multi-volume feature, although when I try it ...