I'm going to make a video of image files, but the filenames contain numbers in scientific notation, so the ordering of the name will not be correct.
The filenames are in this format:
My goal is try to see if there are common text utilities in linux that can be used to number lines of poems like this:
OF Mans First Disobedience, and the Fruit
Of that Forbidden Tree, whose mortal ...
So I downloaded a bunch of documents in chronological order, but I have to copy and edit them, which would change the date modified. I would like to prefix them with a number (001_, 002_...) in the ...
Problem I am trying to solve/enhance a BASH script that provides a number sequence:
I am using a topologically aware tool (lstopo-no-graphics) to extract physical processor numbers to use for input to ...
I'm trying to add support for line number on a bash project i like (mainly as a fun exercise).
To start, i looked into the function that was setting up the status line (since i thought of inspiring ...
I have a list of numbers:
First I had a filelog. I extracted all the ID. Now, how do I count the occurrences of each number and display it like this?
(the first one is the number, the ...
I have a file with multiple occurrences of the expression ".mp3". I want the first occurrence to become "1.mp3", the second occurrence to become "2.mp3", and so on.
It would be something like awk '/ ...
I know I have already asked this question, but I didn't get an answer that worked. So please could someone answer my question?
I have a text file, containing paragraphs of text, each separated by a ...
I want to create a list of URLs. The URLs have two sets of identical numbers which need to be incremented by 1:
How can I tell emacs to wrap lines at the 80th character?
I am looking for a solution I can put in /.emacs.
I put this in /.emacs but it doesn't work.
;; ========== Enable Line Numbering ========== ...
I want to produce a following list of pages (for imposition work); (number of pages is variable, but I make a sample of my needs using a list of 16 pages, logic is the same for longer lists)
I have a bunch of files from log1 to log164.
I'm trying to LIST the directory (sorted) in a UNIX terminal but the sort functions are only providing the format like this:
home:logs Home$ ls -1 | sort