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Nov
16
comment How to set tab to 4 spaces in vim?
this works great! thank you
Nov
16
comment How to set tab to 4 spaces in vim?
this also works great! thank you
Nov
3
comment Using awk/nawk, how to find out max and min contributions and printout those values?
Thank you sputnick. It works!
Oct
17
comment Using nawk, how to print all first names containing four characters?
This works fine. Thank you.
Oct
17
comment Using nawk, how to print the first names for all those in the 916 area code?
Wow! works great.. thank you
Oct
12
comment using sed, how to change the text on line seven to read seventh?
great! it works. thanks a lot
Oct
12
comment using sed, how to change the text on line seven to read seventh?
I mean I want to replace line 7 with the word "seventh", assuming it still works if I change the content of line 7
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how can I delete all blank lines?
Works great! Thanks for the explanation ...
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how can I remove lines with salaries ending 500?
Works great! Thank you jftuga for the explanations ...
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how can I append “START” above the first line and “END” below the last line?
Works great! thank you Julian ...
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how can I append “START” above the first line and “END” below the last line?
Great! thank you Choroba ...
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how to print the contents of the file with the last names and first names reversed?
Great! thank you Claudius ...
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how to print the contents of the file with the last names and first names reversed?
Got it, I've tried this and it works: sed 's/([[:alpha:]]\+) ([[:alpha:]]\+):/\2 \1/' datebook
Oct
8
comment Using sed, how to print the contents of the file with the last names and first names reversed?
It only prints the last and first names reversed. how can I also print the rest of each line?
Oct
5
comment How to change a birthday to a certain date in matching lines
sed '/Popeye/s,[0-9]\+/[0-9]\+/[0-9]\+,11/14/46,' => This works great. Thank you Choroba
Oct
5
comment Using sed, how to print all lines that match a certain date?
sed -rn '/^[^:]*:[^:]*:[^:]*:(11|12)\//p' => this works as expected. thank you Grawity
Oct
4
comment How to change a birthday to a certain date in matching lines
Thank you Choroba. Appreciate your help.
Oct
4
comment Using sed, how to print all lines that match a certain date?
Thanks Grawity. I'll try it tonight. Thanks a lot.
Oct
4
comment Using sed, how to print all lines that match a certain date?
Could you please explain the sed command in details? how come we have so many [^:]+ ? Thank you
Oct
2
comment How to egrep the first character in second column?
Thank you RedGrittyBrick. I appreciate your help.