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comment Add a number in a huge ASCII file
@nam: Oh, you have to negate the condition, or switch the "then" and "else".
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comment Add a number in a huge ASCII file
@nam: No, the condition to replace was $1 == 0.
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comment Add a number in a huge ASCII file
@nam: Just change the condition to 1.234e-6 < $1 && $1 < 5.678e-5.
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answered Add a number in a huge ASCII file
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answered man page search - how can I turn off the highlighting after matches found?
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comment Delete blank columns
@Otheus: It's @hash{@keys} = @values.
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comment Delete blank columns
@Otheus: Try \%empty instead.
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comment Delete blank columns
@Otheus: Easily fixed by prepending \@header to the for loop list.
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comment Delete blank columns
@Otheus: With just spaces, you'd have to deduce the column widths from the header. Doable, but boring :)
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answered Delete blank columns
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comment Bash script for looping through files
@Thomas: I've updated the answer.
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comment Bash script for looping through files
@StéphaneChazelas: Yes. But if the desired extension is tar.gz, the problem is very hard :-)
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answered Bash script for looping through files
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answered bash + how to calculate very long numbers in bash?
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comment What characters should I escape while modifying a file using sed?
What OS, what sed version?