Re: newline separated grep output
On 9/22/2008 4:36 AM, chrisbgp@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I'm trying to filter a string so that I can sort it. The problem is
that these strings appear after each other and I can't use cut/sort
I would like the have the results to be separated by newline so I can
use 'cut' and 'sort'. I only need "329,30,11,7255". I don't know if
grep is able to do that, haven't found anything in the manpage. Maybe
there is an easier way?
Sorry, but the above could mean a few different things, and it's not clear if
the "Example" you posted is a single record or 2 records and whether or not
line-wrapping in your newsreader is occuring. You might want to provide a small
set of sample input (with no line wrapping) and the expected output for that input.
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