I have a csv file containing something like this:
abc;!!!!;22 abc;!!!!;23 23;!!!!!;22
Now I want to delte every line that contains a 23 in the third column.
Since there is a possibility that there is a 23 in the first one. It should only check for matches in the third column.
I would prefer the awk soloution, since I really want to learn it, but if someone can tell me how to do that with sed, I would be impressed!
It should work similar to this bad example of me.
awk -F ";" (if $3="23") delete Line