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comment Unix: Add unique names after signs in text
@Hjalte: I've updated my answer.
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revised Unix: Add unique names after signs in text
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answered Unix: Add unique names after signs in text
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comment Removing mulitple lines
@dissidia: This is Unix, so I assume you can run a find command to get all your json files and pipe them to the perl command.
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answered Removing mulitple lines
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revised Extracting text using sed does not work as expected
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answered Extracting text using sed does not work as expected
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comment Remove the string before the whitespace
Only the awk will work fine in case of lines with trailing blanks.
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comment Split an existing prompt command line in a few lines
How can I cancel the execution of the command at exit of the editor? I use :q! or ZQ but of no avail.
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comment Output the common lines (similarities) of two text files (the opposite of diff)?
Aren't -f and -F exchanged?. At least in my grep version is like that. I need to provide file2 input to -f argument, like cat file1 | grep -Fxf file2, and then works.
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comment How to reverse-match a string in the Vim programming language?
@TimFriske: After your edit this answer doesn't solve it. It gives the last position of any of the letters, not of all of them. So, in the example it gets the last position of letter 'a', because it's the first one with no repeated appearance after it. I don't know of a built-in but perhaps this solution can help you, because it seems simpler now.
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answered How to reverse-match a string in the Vim programming language?
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answered globbing, sed, or awk html files
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answered Indent like first line