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Old 03-17-2008, 07:40 AM   #1
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Unhappy how to format a text file to automate testing procedure


Hi all,


I just want to know that how we can format a text file one like below to get a desired result:

Example text file:


---------- Sine wave test ----------
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-5_1ch(ch=0): SNRseg: 100.32 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-5_1ch(ch=1): SNRseg: 100.32 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-5_1ch(ch=2): SNRseg: 69.70 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-5_1ch(ch=4): SNRseg: 99.52 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-5_1ch(ch=5): SNRseg: 99.52 (dB)

***OK*** sin-20Hz-3db-5_1ch(ch=0): SNRseg: 98.09 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-3db-5_1ch(ch=1): SNRseg: 98.09 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-3db-5_1ch(ch=2): SNRseg: 69.71 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-3db-5_1ch(ch=4): SNRseg: 97.96 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-3db-5_1ch(ch=5): SNRseg: 97.96 (dB)

***OK*** sin-20Hz-60db-5_1ch(ch=0): SNRseg: 31.50 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-60db-5_1ch(ch=1): SNRseg: 31.50 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-60db-5_1ch(ch=2): SNRseg: 31.50 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-60db-5_1ch(ch=4): SNRseg: 31.50 (dB)
***OK*** sin-20Hz-60db-5_1ch(ch=5): SNRseg: 31.50 (dB)

---------- Sweep frequency sine wave test ----------
***OK*** sweep-20-20kHz-3db-5_1ch(ch=0): min[57]:51.04 (dB)
***OK*** sweep-20-20kHz-3db-5_1ch(ch=1): min[57]:51.04 (dB)
***OK*** sweep-20-20kHz-3db-5_1ch(ch=2): min[26]:33.95 (dB)
***OK*** sweep-20-20kHz-3db-5_1ch(ch=4): min[57]:51.04 (dB)
***OK*** sweep-20-20kHz-3db-5_1ch(ch=5): min[57]:51.04 (dB)

---------- Single channel sine wave test ----------
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-FL-5_1ch: SNRseg: 97.22 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-FR-5_1ch: SNRseg: 95.69 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-FC-5_1ch: SNRseg: 69.70 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-BL-5_1ch: SNRseg: 97.22 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-BR-5_1ch: SNRseg: 95.69 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-1kHz-0db-FL-5_1ch: SNRseg: 128.35 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-1kHz-0db-FR-5_1ch: SNRseg: 104.62 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-1kHz-0db-FC-5_1ch: SNRseg: 78.85 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-1kHz-0db-BL-5_1ch: SNRseg: 128.35 (dB): soundless-ch: 0

---------- lfe channel sine wave test ----------
***OK*** sin-20Hz-0db-LF-5_1ch: SNRseg: 33.01 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-20Hz-3db-LF-5_1ch: SNRseg: 33.25 (dB): soundless-ch: 0
***OK*** sin-20Hz-60db-LF-5_1ch: SNRseg: 30.62 (dB): soundless-ch: 0



********************************end***********************************
********************************Result********************************

I want a result like this:




Sine wave test
sin-20Hz-0db-5_1ch 69.70
sin-20Hz-3db-5_1ch 69.71
sin-20Hz-60db-5_1ch 31.50


Sweep frequency sine wave test
sweep-5_1ch 33.95
Single channel sine wave test
sin-20Hz-0db-FL-5_1ch 97.22
sin-20Hz-0db-FR-5_1ch 95.69
sin-20Hz-0db-FC-5_1ch 69.70
sin-20Hz-0db-BL-5_1ch 97.22
sin-20Hz-0db-BR-5_1ch 95.69
sin-1kHz-0db-FL-5_1ch 128.35

lfe channel sine wave test
sin-20Hz-0db-LF-5_1ch 33.01
sin-20Hz-3db-LF-5_1ch 33.25
sin-20Hz-60db-LF-5_1ch 30.62
 
Old 03-17-2008, 08:39 AM   #2
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Code:
cat file | while read line; do
 case "${line:0:1}" in
  -) echo "${line//-/}";;
  *) i=(${line}); "${i[1]%%(*} ${i[3]//*:}";;
  esac
done
or something like that.
 
  


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