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Old 10-25-2013, 05:39 AM   #1
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awk ceratain columns


Hi,

I have a file like this:
Code:
   403    225.06   -4551.46536   -4551.49338      48.123      -7.189
   425    233.91   -4551.45974   -4551.49197      48.170     -12.768
   426    237.36   -4551.46091   -4551.49196      48.170     -12.855
   427    237.76   -4551.46095   -4551.49198      48.170     -13.049
   428    235.17   -4551.45973   -4551.49187      48.169     -12.988
   429    229.53   -4551.45741   -4551.49181      48.168     -13.303
   430    221.18   -4551.45413   -4551.49182      48.166     -13.296
   431    210.47   -4551.44994   -4551.49181      48.164     -13.467
   432    197.96   -4551.44505   -4551.49178      48.161     -12.623
   433    184.32   -4551.43978   -4551.49179      48.158     -12.222
   434    170.19   -4551.43431   -4551.49176      48.154     -11.793

How can I print columns 1 and 4 to another file?
 
Old 10-25-2013, 05:49 AM   #2
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Code:
awk '{print $1,$4}' inputfile.txt > outputfile.txt
 
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