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awarded  Curious
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revised Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
Better input / desired output example
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comment bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
one line with many words would be inacceptable. But that won't happen. it's always one word per line max.
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accepted bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
Feb
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comment bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
thanks, that's almost it. so what I needed to do is replace if [ $bar ] with if [ ${#bar[@]} == 1 ]. Awesome.
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asked bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
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accepted Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
Jan
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comment Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
The question was poorly formulated, it's re-formulated. My bad
Jan
20
revised Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
improved question
Jan
20
comment Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
No the solution I've tried needs that to work, but I'd rather have it find out all https ports and print "ip port".
Jan
20
awarded  Editor
Jan
20
revised Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
More test details
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20
asked Use awk to find all Ports for each IP that have https open
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asked TT-Connect CT2-4650 CI doesn't initialize (Timeout?)
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Difference between process in background and daemon
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asked Difference between process in background and daemon
Jul
18
comment grep for strings that were found in a previous statement
the address looks like a list of the first code blocks. An example configuration file can be found here: cisco.com/en/US/docs/cable/cmts/ubr7200/configuration/guide/…
Jul
17
comment grep for strings that were found in a previous statement
Even if the string would be incomplete (which it isn't because it prints 4 spaces before, so cut is ok), it should find that string. As said in the question - the names are outputed correctly, but it's afterwards that it won't find anything. Could there be a newline character at the end that messes it up?
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asked grep for strings that were found in a previous statement