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awarded  Yearling
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revised Combining records from two sorted files
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comment How to grep for a word taking into account hyphenation?
sed can filter out the optional hyphenation from the input and then proceed to match just like grep. That way you can search for words without first having to insert the optional hyphenation into the search pattern, which can be both cumbersome and error-prone.
Sep
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revised How to grep for a word taking into account hyphenation?
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Sep
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comment How to grep for a word taking into account hyphenation?
I sincerely doubt that \? could help you, unless you want to include the possible hyphenation in the search patterns already, e.g. echo 'pa\\-da\\-pra\\-ca\\-bra' | grep -E 'pa(\\-)?da'
Sep
27
awarded  Teacher
Sep
27
comment Combining records from two sorted files
Then, use paste to begin with. The tail and head examples were there to answer the question in the topic.
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revised Combining records from two sorted files
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answered Combining records from two sorted files
Sep
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answered How to grep for a word taking into account hyphenation?
Sep
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revised SED Multi-line substitute and hold space
Paste is a good tool
Sep
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answered SED Multi-line substitute and hold space
Sep
18
revised Read out pulseaudio volume from commandline? (I want: “pactl GET-sink-volume”)
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awarded  Editor
Sep
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revised Read out pulseaudio volume from commandline? (I want: “pactl GET-sink-volume”)
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answered Read out pulseaudio volume from commandline? (I want: “pactl GET-sink-volume”)
Nov
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comment Can I make a tmux pane “sticky”?
For what it's worth, I think rather than sticky being allowed, because it is indeed hard to define what to do with other windows, there should be a clone-pane, which those that really want stickyness could exploit to achieve same result. And frankly it's the clone-pane that I was looking for that lead me here, too. That would be good feature.
Jan
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comment How to enable killing Xorg with Ctrl+Alt+Backspace
In some distributions (e.g. recent Fedoras) these kinds of additional settings should probably be placed in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d as a conf file, e.g. 10-enable-ctrl-alt-backspace.
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awarded  Supporter