I am new to shell scripting
What I have is a log file, each line begins like the below entry,
[2021.04.27.17:03:43.813]: ERROR -
[2021.04.27.17:04:36.790]: SUCCESS -
The desired output to a new file ...
I am writing a script which returns 15 lines of titles and 15 lines of URLs.
Let's say I have the same ASCII text file on Linux and Windows:
The two files will have \n and \r\n respectively as EOL character on the two OSes.
Does this mean that the file on Linux ...
I would like to remove empty lines from the beginning and the end of file, but not remove empty lines between non-empty lines in the middle. I think sed or awk would be the solution.
I found out that when I run a command which executes a software that has continuous output lines e.g. traffic monitor like tcpdump or tshark the command keeps counting numbers on screen like 4, 8, 12 ....
I want to use the sed command (or something that works) to replace a word in a template file with a word in a line of another file.
As an example I have a file with a list of words, each word is in ...