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A pattern-directed scanning and processing language.

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I have something like dsadjakldjska safdsfdsfsf fdsfsf**STGN**fdsfsd fdsfkjldsf fdsff fdsfs**IRV**fdsfs and I want to get dsadjakldjska safdsfdsfsf fdsfkjldsf fdsff fdsfsf**STGN**fdsfsd fdsfs**IR …
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awk -v RS="[, ]" '/free/{print a}{a=$0}' Explanation Set the record separator to , and space, so the number preceding every string is a record in itself, and so is the string. Having everything … as its own record, awk will process every item one by one For all the records before free it will ignore the {print a} because the condition doesn't match, and it will skip to {a=$0} which will store …
answered Oct 1 '14 by confused00