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sed is a command-line stream editor for filtering and transforming text.

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This is a Bash solution, as allowed me to publish, despite the explicit request asking to use awk and sed: show_genes() { local filename="$1" while read -ra larr; do if [[ ${larr[2 …
answered Apr 26 '13 by Rany Albeg Wein
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As others have mentioned here, it depends on the content of your FOO* variables. In your case, using sed is the wrong choice because it probably contain some special characters. Take a look at this …
answered May 10 '13 by Rany Albeg Wein
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I prefer the awk solution, but if you want to use Bash only, here is my answer: foo() { local filename="$1"; [[ $filename ]] || return 1 while read -r line; do l="${line#*|||}" …
answered May 10 '13 by Rany Albeg Wein
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These following functions are a good start. foo will read the contents of the CSV file, and will populate an array of IP addresses which will be checked on each iteration so that ssh will not be execu …
answered May 15 '13 by Rany Albeg Wein