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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Need .htaccess Rewrite Rule To Remove Trailing <br%20/>
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why I get unexpected end of file in my script when using gzip?
Oct
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Linux log file structure change for usage with kst
Oct
23
answered Using jq to extract values and format in CSV
Oct
23
comment combine two text files with adding some separator between?
you can avoid the sed by changing awk pattern to FNR == 1 && NR != 1
Oct
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on desktop-environment tag wiki excerpt
Oct
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on While command not found and syntax error near unexpected token
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Cannot edit crontab as non root user
Oct
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to create makefile for compiling multiple programs
Oct
18
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to pass commandline arguments larger than 131k?
Oct
18
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is difference between User space and Kernel space?
Oct
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I link my C program against the Arb library?
Oct
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on RHEL 6.4 and OpenSSL 1.0.1 - Dependency missing.. but it isn't?
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Advantages/disadvantages of increasing “commit” in fstab
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Rebuilding the Linux yum repository metadata
Oct
15
comment shortest way to replace characters in a variable
Not quite, OUTPUT="${OUTPUT//[`\"\']/}" does not involve command substitution
Oct
15
comment shortest way to replace characters in a variable
Since the OP is interested in setting the modified value back into OUTPUT, you will have to account for command substitution sub-shell overhead involved in tr and sed solutions
Oct
15
comment How do I reorder or rearrange the output below
@chydo, what version of awk are you running?
Oct
15
revised Using awk to identify the number identical columns
added 12 characters in body
Oct
15
revised Using awk to identify the number identical columns
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