I'm trying to remove some patterns from a file input string (parsing file line by line). Here is a sample string:
1: (10/17 12:49:31.175) - CONSTANT ID1 - CONSTANT ID2: RAW DATA OUT > [0x00,0xa2,…,0x00]
And I want the output to be something like the following:
(12:49:31.175): RAW DATA OUT : [0x00,0xa2,…,0x00]
I have been trying to use
sed but no luck so far, just keep getting errors or some "unterminated substitute pattern" error. Here is and example of what I have tried:
echo $line | sed -e 's/.*\s\([0-9]*:[0-9]*:[0-9]*.[0-9]*\)'
Any help would be appreciated. I'm usually more of a batch file guy instead of bash on my Mac OS/X.
I should mention, I'm reading a file as such:
while read line do
Then I want to perform any actions on
line for every line in the file.