A little extended problem from "cat line x to line y on a huge file": I have a huge file (2-3 GB). I'd like to cat/print only from the line having "foo:" to the line having "goo:". Assume that "foo:" ...
Assume I have a file with about 10000 lines. How can I print 100 lines, starting from line 1200 to line 1300?
I have file with 200 lines. I need to extract lines from 10 to 100 and put them into a new file. How do you do this in unix/Linux? What are the possible commands you could use?
I basically wish to seek, search and follow a growing log file after passing it through a sed filter. I figured I need to follow a file with tail -f pipe it to sed and then pipe that to less. For ...
Scenario: I have a log file that has a few number of entry "classes", like this: R0 dx=0.00500 rb=0.00000 sn=1 3145.88 2.59 0.08 se=21315 id=16190 R0 dx=0.00300 rb=-1.00000 sn=1 3150.40 2.38 0.05 ...