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answered Parameter expansion in grep
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answered How to process special characters in in file name using find
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comment Using Timeout in a Script with One Command, but Multiple Hosts
What kind of timeout did you use?
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revised Bash - Parameters Reference passing (sort of)
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reviewed Reject and Edit How to find lines containing more than 100 characters and contains “if”?
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revised How to find lines containing more than 100 characters and contains “if”?
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comment How to find lines containing more than 100 characters and contains “if”?
@StéphaneChazelas: True. You can use ':.*if' to prevent that (unless your filenames contain colons).
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answered How to find lines containing more than 100 characters and contains “if”?
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awarded  Enlightened
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answered Invalid command code with sed
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comment bash script to rank files based on sorting the column
@r.bot: I don't understand. How can you multiply a sign?
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comment How to replace values in a string using sed but keep the string intact
What hex value do you want to use?
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revised bash script to rank files based on sorting the column
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comment bash script to rank files based on sorting the column
@r.bot: OK, now what should the script do with the negative values?
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revised bash script to rank files based on sorting the column
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comment bash script to rank files based on sorting the column
Ah, I noticed the word "sign" in the question, but I didn't understand it. I didn't study the code, either, as it produces no output, anyway.
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answered bash script to rank files based on sorting the column
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answered Print several lines after nth occurence in bash