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Create a shortcut of your VNC viewer right click it, than properties in the target, add -clientcuttext=1 example: "C:\Program Files\RealVNC\VNC Viewer\vncviewer.exe" -clientcuttext=1
If you can't copy & paste text, first check if you run "vncconfig &". If you still can't, check terminal number n and run "vncconfig -display :n &". Hope this helps.
If your character is multiple tabs you can also use tr -s: -s, --squeeze-repeats replace each input sequence of a repeated character that is listed in SET1 with a single occurrence For example: my_file.txt | tr -s " " All white spaces will become one.
In less you can press g to jump to the beginning of the file or G to jump to the end of the file. If you're stuck with more you can cheat the "skip backward k screenfuls" command by providing a large argument: press 9999b.
You can achieve it with a simple formula after installing reg-ex add-in: =RegExFind(A1,"[-.0-9]*%")
There is either a "CU" or "AG" followed by a space and a % What we want is the data after the space through the % The following shows how to do this step by step with only one formula per cell, This could be combined into a single formula, but I think this is easier for someone to follow or modify assumes the data is in A1,A2,... in C1: ...
I managed to do it with an extra sheet in excel with some coding. I created an extra Excel sheet called that I use for pieces of coding. I put it in the end of all my normal sheets that I use and use the naming <[name]> to indicate that it is technical stuff. I created the following parts of codes in cells in this sheet, as text: Cell A1: 1. ...
Save your data to a text file and open it in MS Excel or LibreOffice Calc (free) as "comma delimited", but in your case change the delimiter to space. You can then sort and filter on any column you want. Excel Import Wizard looks like this:
I found a very easy way… Open file with nano: ## nano file.txt press Ctrl+O to save, but before pressing Enter press: Alt+D to toggle betwen DOS and Unix/Linux line-endings, or: Alt+M to toggle betwen Mac and Unix/Linux line-endings then press Enter to save and Ctrl+X to quit.
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