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Quality Assurance Engineer at Syniverse

Trying to improve awk and bash skills. Learning perl and python for automation.


May
2
awarded  Constituent
Apr
21
awarded  Caucus
Apr
19
answered Trying to count and print song file names using awk
Feb
21
revised awk to print the line number of a closing bracket
added formatting
Feb
21
suggested suggested edit on awk to print the line number of a closing bracket
Feb
20
comment How to replace an exact matching word using gsub
@Timson I have added comments to explain the logic. Hope that helps!
Feb
20
revised How to replace an exact matching word using gsub
added 386 characters in body
Feb
16
answered grep out condition and add the values of the grep value
Feb
16
revised grep out condition and add the values of the grep value
added code formatting
Feb
16
suggested suggested edit on grep out condition and add the values of the grep value
Feb
16
answered How to replace an exact matching word using gsub
Dec
9
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Yearling
Jun
19
comment Linux command to find all instances of a file pattern?
@mata true, however that is bash version 4 or later.
Jun
18
comment In the Mac terminal, how do I “find” a file and then quickly cd to the parent directory?
Yes Sir!! Now we just got to wait for mods to move it to SuperUser. Sigh!
Jun
18
comment In the Mac terminal, how do I “find” a file and then quickly cd to the parent directory?
Stalker!!!! :-)
Jun
18
answered In the Mac terminal, how do I “find” a file and then quickly cd to the parent directory?
Jun
18
comment How can I make `find` find files in reverse chronological order?
find /path/to/dir -type f -print0 | xargs -0 ls -lrt would be better as it will not break with files with spaces in the name.
Jun
16
revised Need to sed awk or grep output to extract strings
code formatting