I have the below single long line in a file:
#cat file 5LkoVZg0BABCBkD9OieAflA==|list1|true|0|0|0|172661|1.16|186042, 5o0QEZg0BABCA3j9OieAflA==|list2|false|0|0|0|0|0|0, 5F3NnwwoBABC1Dfrsf9xucw==|list3|false|0|0|0|0|0|0, 5FaJmwwoBABC0-frsf9xucw==|...
I would like to replace the comma character with a new line, so the output looks like this:
5LkoVZg0BABCBkD9OieAflA==|list1|true|0|0|0|172661|1.16|186042 5o0QEZg0BABCA3j9OieAflA==|list2|false|0|0|0|0|0| 5F3NnwwoBABC1Dfrsf9xucw==|list3|false|0|0|0|0|0|0 5FaJmwwoBABC0-frsf9xucw==|...
More specifically the comma positioned before the " 5" character, note there is a space always before the "5" character.
I can replace the comma simply using:
#cat file | sed -e $'s/,/\\\n/g'
However this is not good enough because the comma can be located sometimes also in other awkward positions like below:
#cat file 5LkoVZg0BABCBkD9OieAflA==|list1 , |true|0|0|0|172661|1.16|186042, 5o0QEZg0BABCA3j9OieAflA==...
I prefer using sed but other solutions would be great too. I have searched internet four couple of hours but could not find a solution for my exact problem.