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Introduction to text manipulation on UNIX-based systems

Search result description:Mar 14, 2012 ... The control-d signals an end-of-file, returning control to the shell. .... In UNIX a
terminal by default contains three streams, one for input, ... Earlier the nl
command was used to add line numbers to a file displayed on stdout ... Then tr
command (explained later) is used to upper-case the letters with a here-doc.

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Save time with text editing one-liners

Search result description:Jan 16, 2007 ... Most UNIX® developers settle on Emacs, vi, or one of the many variants,
offshoots, and clones of ... To add the entire contents of one file to the end of
another file, give the filename: ... -e, Show the end of line with a $ character.

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Learn Linux, 101: Search text files using regular expressions

Search result description:Feb 18, 2013 ... Ian is one of our most popular and prolific authors. .... If no files are given, grep
searches stdin, which makes it a filter that can be used in pipelines. ... So ^..b
matches any two characters at the beginning of a line followed by a b, while ar$
.... If you add the -n option, it tells you what line numbers matched.

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vi tips and tricks: Ten cool commands sure to impress your friends

Search result description:Jul 27, 2010 ... Martin Wicks (wicksy@wicksy.com), Freelance UNIX consultant, 711 Consultancy
Limited ... start and end line numbers that you'll use in the appropriate vi
command. ... echo "Adding one gives " \ 11 ${file} 12 fi 13 echo "Ending" 14 exit ~
~ .... You can enter a numeric character prior to the tilde to denote how ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Text streams and filters

Search result description:Jan 26, 2010 ... By the end of this article, you will be manipulating text like an expert. ... text, sort it,
count words and lines, and translate characters, among other tasks. ... or the
output can come from a file, in the Linux and UNIX® environments, filtering is .....
Try adding a numeric sort on key field 1 to see how to change this.

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UNIX tips: Learn 10 more good UNIX usage habits

Search result description:May 27, 2008 ... You can configure the most popular UNIX shells for file name completion, instead
. ... files satisfy your request and you need to add text to select one of the files,
you .... Matches a single character of any value except end of line.

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Common threads: Awk by example, Part 1

Search result description:Oct 11, 2013 ... Awk is one of those languages that, once learned, will become a key part ... If you
test this script, you'll find that awk outputs one blank line for every line in your /etc/
passwd file. ... If you're used to programming in bash or python, you may have ...
awk concatenates them without adding an intermediate space.

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Search patterns in files using Linux grep command (Real world Linux)

Search result description:Nov 23, 2012 ... In this article, we will understand the usage of Linux grep command ... This
command can be used to search a pattern in one or more files directly from the
command line. ... Matches the empty string at the beginning of a line; also
represents the characters not in the range ... Add a Comment; More Actions v ...

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Text processing with UNIX

Search result description:Aug 1, 2006 ... Back in the early days of UNIX®, the folks messing around with this new
operating .... The tr command lets you translate characters in one set to the ... or
redirected from a text file), and replacement is the text to insert in place of the ...
The ^ character matches the start of a line and $ matches the end of a line.

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UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits

Search result description:Dec 12, 2006 ... One of the best ways to correct such inadequacies is to ... This article suggests 10
UNIX command-line habits worth picking up -- good habits .... By default, the end-
of-file string is an underscore (_); if that character is sent ... to grep with a dummy
pattern put in to match and count each line (such as grep -c ).

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Interview Questions : Unix/Linux (Nuts & Bolts of DataStage)

Search result description:Mar 6, 2013 ... How do you write the contents of 3 files into a single file? cat file1 ... to print the
lines which end with the word "end"? grep 'end$' filename ... How to replace the
character '/' with ',' in a file? ... Add a Comment; More Actions v ...

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UNIX tips and tricks for a new user, Part 3: Introducing filters and ...

Search result description:May 12, 2006 ... This tutorial teaches you about the UNIX command-line filters that ... This finds all
strings that begin with g and end with lf with one character in between. .... To try
this, add the following lines to the grep.txt file you have been ...

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Learn Linux, 101: Streams, pipes, and redirects

Search result description:Oct 14, 2009 ... Each character is independent of the one before it and the one after it. .... A script
doesn't have any other way of signaling which lines of the script ... Note that we
use END as the sentinel for the here-document we are ... One advantage of pipes
on Linux and UNIX systems is that, unlike ..... Add comment:.

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Extracting text using sed and regular expressions (Linux/UNIX/AIX ...

Search result description:Sep 16, 2012 ... When working on Linux/UNIX systems it is very common to need to ... We grep for
the line that has "FREE" on it, print the 7th field "(6400", ... Regular expressions
allow more flexibility and don't break nearly as easily as do field based parsing.
Here is one way to parse out what we are looking for using a sed ...

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Charming Python: Text processing in Python

Search result description:Both single-quoted or triple-quoted strings may be preceded by the letter "r" to ...
the file's contents into a list of lines that can be processed by Python's for ... in ....
starts with "ABC" and ends with "XYZ" -- but what must it have in the middle? ...
Sed & Awk by Dale Dougherty and Arnold Robbins (O'Reilly and Associates,
1997).


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