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answered Can I compare the parameter of a script to an array of variables and process it?
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comment Exec vs source error on ==
@Nobe4: sourcing ignores the shebang line. It makes no sense to source to a different shell: sourcing is used to run the commands in the current shell, so how can you run the commands in the current shell in a different shell?
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answered Exec vs source error on ==
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comment Exec vs source error on ==
What shell do you source the script into?
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answered How do I search a directory of data files and print out how many times a certain word appears in each file?
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answered Grep value from json file
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comment How can I output month name in a given timezone
@J.P.Quenord-Zermingore: No, I'm telling you the output depends on a variable. There are timezones that use more than one language.
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revised How can I output month name in a given timezone
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answered How can I output month name in a given timezone
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revised how to subtract first value from the last one within a column across a row in shell?
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comment Add columns to a text file with set spacing in Bash
@user53029: Updated. Could you at least try?
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comment how to subtract first value from the last one within a column across a row in shell?
@zara: To redirect output to a file, just add > output.
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comment how to subtract first value from the last one within a column across a row in shell?
@zara: If you first make the script executable by chmod u+x program.pl, then yes
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comment how to subtract first value from the last one within a column across a row in shell?
@zara: T.I.T.S. = Try It To See.
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comment how to subtract first value from the last one within a column across a row in shell?
@zara: Just specify the data file name as the parameter of the program.
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comment Add columns to a text file with set spacing in Bash
@user53029: Don't specify any filename for column, it operates on the output of sed: sed 's/$/ IN A 192.168.155.128/' | column -t > db.malware-host-only-2
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comment Add columns to a text file with set spacing in Bash
@user53029: Of course. Just specify the file name as the last parameter for sed.