I want to add a delimiter in some indexes for each line of a file.I have a file with data:And I know the offset of each column (2, 5 and 9)
There's this set of lines which I would need to modifyAfter a match (which could be the dot) I would need to replace whitespaces that follow, (and only those that follow) with dashes - or underscores _ .
I have file with content:file.txt:In this file between every First launch, content can be different, it is not fixed ( for example: First launch 3 contain three elements while First launch 2 contents only 2 elements), so any number of content can be between the First launch pattern which is...
I have a string that looks something like /foo/bar/baz59_ 5stuff.thingI would like to increase the last number (5 in the example) by one, if it's greater than another variable. A 9 would be increased to 10. Note that the last number could be multiple digits also; also that "stuff.thing" could...
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 a file that looks like this:What I want sed (or awk) to do is to remove the string which introduces a section, from all of its contents, so that I end up with:
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 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:
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...
I'm not sure this is possible to do what I want in sed (or awk or any bash tool):I want to make a script that replaces : ) in a string by <happy> and ) : by <sad>. This can easily be done with sed with: