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I have a program called gamemode, and to check if it's running, you can use gamemode -s, which outputs either "gamemode is active" or "gamemode is inactive".

I want to change "gamemode is active" to "<an icon that doesn't show on this website>" and change "gamemode is inactive" to some other icon.

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sed would be easiest:

gamemode -s | sed -e 's/gamemode is active/<active icon>/' -e 's/gamemode is inactive/<inactive icon>/'
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  • Thanks! This works great!
    – Eysse
    May 21 at 9:48
  • @Eysse if this answer works for you best, please accept it with the tick mark (✓)
    – roaima
    May 21 at 18:07
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gamemode -s | awk '{print (/inactive/ ? <inactive icon> : <active icon>)}'

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