how to import text out of .txt file and put/sort them in a libre office tables?
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You are either going to have to get your input data consistent (by perhaps changing the report generator) to make things easier, or take account of all the variances in the programming language, e.g. Python, that you use.
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I am not sure how your latest post and the first one are related?
I can tell you that if the last post with pipe separated data is what you have then you should be able to simply import and then remove the unwanted columns.
It looks as though the OP is trying to gather information from an OpenVZ setup.
Rather than scripting to transform the output, perhaps the OP would do better to get the information out in the desired format. This script may provide some ideas. https://openvz.org/UBC_failcnt_reset...ve_bash_script