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I am learning bash and awk programming, and have gotten to the point where I want some interesting projects to work on to improve my programming. At the minute, the beginner stuff is getting too easy, and I can't find anything in the right range, leading to intermediate and being sorta competent.

closed as off-topic by Jesse_b, ilkkachu, terdon Mar 15 at 15:48

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    Follow the bash and text-processing tags here on U&L and attempt to answer people's questions that interest you. Through researching and working through these problems you will advance your skills greatly. – Jesse_b Mar 15 at 15:33
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    Unfortunately the question as written is too general, and not a good fit for the Stack Exchange model. It will probably be closed. Note that if you edit it to be more specific, you can request it to be reopened. If you want tips/pointers feel free to hop into the U&L Chat. – Faheem Mitha Mar 15 at 15:45
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    I don't think it's a bad thing to ponder on this -- quite the contrary, it's good that you are interested in learning! And learning by doing does require something to do. However, it's really hard to give a comprehensive answer to this on a system like stackexchange is. Jesse's idea of looking through old questions here is probably the best that can be done here – ilkkachu Mar 15 at 15:46
  • codegolf.stackexchange.com - there are a huge mass of problems in all possible hardness level. Try to solve them with bash + awk. – peterh Mar 18 at 9:27
  • @Rui, could you please stop editing questions after they’ve been closed, unless you’re actively fixing them so that they can be re-opened? The edits you’ve been doing mean that the question goes on the re-open queue, gets rejected, and then if the OP edits the question, it won’t go back on to the re-open queue. – Stephen Kitt Mar 18 at 10:24