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Manipulation or examining of text by programs, scripts, etc.

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I have a configuration file in the following format # ra y 1000000 \x2e\x72\x61\xfd # ost y 500000000 \x21\x42\x44\x4e # java y 1000000 \xca\xfe\xba\xbe This is what I want to do: …
asked Jul 16 '17 by GypsyCosmonaut
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While trying to combine output of apt-get search and apt-get policy, I have created this following script. apt-cache search zsh | \ tee file1 | awk '{ print $1 }' | \ while read file; do apt-cache po …
asked Jul 1 '17 by GypsyCosmonaut
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sed 's/linux-[^ ]* //g' [^ ]* matches all following characters that are not space and * following that means one or more
answered Mar 25 by GypsyCosmonaut
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5678 [] testing,\ group [] [testing [] ip\ 5.6.7.8 [] launch-wizard-1 0.0.0.0/0 456dlkjfa [] 1.2.3.4 [] test 1.2.3.4/32 4.3.2.0/23 4.3.2.0/23 default 4.3.2.0/23 4.3.2.0/23 launch-wizard-2 0.0.0.0/0 la …
asked Sep 25 '18 by GypsyCosmonaut
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foo I love Stack Exchange bar Some junk lines foo Welcome to the world of Bash bar foo Elon Musk rocks Yes, there is no bar complementing foo at the end of the file The required output is I love S …
asked Sep 17 '18 by GypsyCosmonaut
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Changing data in fields is not safe. For parsing csv files, you could use csvtool $ echo '"BARCELONA";"";"Country.666;53";15' | csvtool -t ';' col 1- - BARCELONA,,Country.666;53,15 or for particul …
answered May 16 by GypsyCosmonaut
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Use cat -A $ cat file hello hello Now if this file was made in *NIX systems, it would display $ cat -A file hello$ hello$ But if this file was made in Windows, it would display $ cat -A file he …
answered Aug 31 '17 by GypsyCosmonaut