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Aug
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comment Extracting links from a numeric range of web pages
I don't understand what you mean. Could you explain it in more detail? Which urls do you want to parse? Do you want simply extract the href property of <a> elements? Where do you get the numerical sequence?
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Aug
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answered output awk print to two separate files
Jul
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comment sed, insert file before last line
I've been trying hard to achieve it without success. I would switch to awk or perl, but just curiosity, which was the previous working version?
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Feb
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answered awk/sed + replace only the second char with one space
Feb
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answered Delete every 3rd and 5th line except 15th line with Stream EDitor
Feb
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answered awk: equivalent of mysql's “\G” to print tabulated data in multiple lines
Jan
20
comment Alternate page-up in vim?
@digitaljoel: Ah, ok. No idea without mapping. I will leave the answer until found the correct one to avoid a similar misunderstood and I will delete this post after that. Good luck!
Jan
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answered Alternate page-up in vim?
Jan
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answered VimScripting NERDTree
Jan
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answered Using SED to join 2 fields in CSV and add them at the end of the line