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Apr
22
answered How to convert a string into a date in a given format
Apr
20
answered Get previous month regardless of days
Nov
27
revised Date computations without GNU tools
I don't think C must be put in verbatim mode
Nov
26
awarded  Yearling
Nov
23
comment Quickly calculate date differences
@don_crissti The parser couldn't distinguish between numerals-only dates and durations, it's fixed in the current master (d0008f98)
May
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
14
answered Increment a date in a file
Oct
6
awarded  Excavator
Oct
6
revised get list of months using dseq from dateutils
make a definitive statement
Oct
6
suggested approved edit on get list of months using dseq from dateutils
Jun
17
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Jun
17
awarded  Caucus
Mar
31
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
23
comment Remove all lines except D
@OlivierDulac That won't work, grep -F allows only literal strings, and yes I'm aware of this caveat, I assumed the OP's files would all look like their example and not have a D| in the middle of a line.
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Aug
23
answered Remove all lines except D
Aug
16
revised Faster way to find matching patterns from external file grep -f {patternfile} {source} in BASH
added 58 characters in body
Aug
16
comment Faster way to find matching patterns from external file grep -f {patternfile} {source} in BASH
Um, agrep (from ftp.cs.arizona.edu/agrep) does support patterns from a file, btw, it's -f
Aug
16
comment Faster way to find matching patterns from external file grep -f {patternfile} {source} in BASH
Oh, didn't know that, I couldn't use agrep either. I've implemented the Wu-Manber myself because I needed a twist though: matching ~200k - 900k patterns against 10+ million files, only report matches ... don't suppose that's of any use?
Aug
16
answered Faster way to find matching patterns from external file grep -f {patternfile} {source} in BASH