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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?
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comment Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?
How to use bash regex then? (see tldp.org/LDP/Bash-Beginners-Guide/html/sect_04_01.html)
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asked Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked In Linux count number of key presses except those in the browser
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comment Exit vim more quickly
somehow in my VIM Q was already mapped to :q by default. Thanks for the tip.
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revised How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
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comment How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
Thanks it works, what's the purpose of nextfile though, it works even without nextfile.
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accepted How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
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revised How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Approve How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
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comment How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
thanks for the awk FNR tip, but I also want to print the filename before sorted column. It needs storing "filename secondColumn" somehow. I think @Warwick's array suggestion will work.
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revised How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
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asked How to sort a collection of lines from different files?
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accepted Redirect VI command output to a file
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asked Redirect VI command output to a file
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accepted iconv illegal input sequence- why?
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comment iconv illegal input sequence- why?
How do find out which is the byte corresponding to offending character? I tried hexdump -C file command and got 0002b220 72 75 69 6e e6 0a 20 2d 2d 20 48 6f 72 61 63 65 |ruin.. -- Horace| as output.