bash split array and assign a variable to an element
wonder if you can help. I have a bash script which is generating an array...
1 a z
2 b y
3 c x
gives the array three elements. Is there a way i can split these elements based on column and assign them to a variable?
column1=$number (1, 2 and 3)
column2=$letter (a, b and c)
column3=$anotherletter (z, y and x)
i can perform an action on each e.g.
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Your best bet is simply to use another read command, either with separate variables or another array.
string manipulations in bash
awesome david, works well. thanks
Great. Please mark the thread as solved.
Oh, and I almost forgot, be sure to always quote your variable expansions, otherwise shell word-splitting will take place (with a few minor exceptions, such as inside [[..]]).
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