Given the following command:All outputs to perl (from git ls-files) that were symbolic links are now copies of the target files.
I don't seem to locate an SO question that matches this exact problem.I have a text file that has one text token per line, without any commas, tabs, or quotes. I want to create a comma delimited string based on the file content.
I have searched for a similar question here, but surprisingly could not find any.In GNU bash, there is (a construct? a structure? a data type?) called "arrays". Arrays are well documented in the bash documentation, so I think that I understand the basics.
I have a very large text file (around 20 GB and 300 million lines), which contains three columns separated by tabs:
I have a file with four repeated lines. I am looking to remove the last character of every fourth line. A description of the file is below.
I have a code that I want to debug with perl's -e option from the command line. (from a Mac OS terminal, to be exact)
I have a curl request, which returns following output:Can anyone give me a hint, how to remove all outside quotation marks to receive only names of *.ovpn files, like this:
In a folder, I would like to print the name of every .txt files that contain n=27 lines or fewer lines. I could do
I have a dataset counting occurences of bins, for instance:As you can see, I am missing bins in the first column. As I want to plot this data, I'm looking for a way to add those missing value, with a 0 on the second column, e.g. if I know my...
I have a long text file comprised of numbers, such as:I would like to keep the first line, delete the subsequent three and then keep the next one. I would like to do this process for the whole file. Following that logic, considered the input above, I would like to...