i am not able to concatenate both the string in shell script as below string
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I tried as below:-
I am able to get the XYZ_X0_0001_TEST and FREQ=WEEKLY from file and i am not able to concatenate the above both the string in shell script.
cut -d'#' -f2 as.txt|grep XYZ --i will get XYZ_X0_0001_TEST and i am getting the grep -w SCHEDID_1 as.txt|cut -d' ' -f4|cut -d'"' -f2|cut -d';' -f1 = FREQ=WEEKLY
I'll leave the details out so that you can enjoy the thrill of learning something new, but it really as simple as the following!
/* Define record separator and field separators here... */
sub(/* Use regex to get the identifier from the first field here */);
sub(/* Use regex to get the freq from the third field here */);
print $1 ": " $3;
I bet someone can quickly reduce it to a oneliner!
** UPDATE: See what I mean! And grail types faster than I do as well!
Last edited by astrogeek; 04-22-2016 at 04:26 AM.
Reason: Added space after colon, update