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Old 07-04-2017, 12:02 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by allend View Post
then I suggest using awk
Yep, that should do it. Nice answer allend, I always forget about the power of the FS.
 
Old 07-05-2017, 12:38 AM   #17
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Using this data file
Code:
AG;0.79780;0.132;0.204;487;923	AG;0.79780;0.132;0.204;487;923	AG;0.79780;0.132;0.204;487;923
GG;0.79780;0.115;0.161;213;457	GG;0.79780;0.115;0.161;213;457	GG;0.79780;0.115;0.161;213;457
AG;0.79780;0.095;0.152;375;835	AG;0.79780;0.095;0.152;375;835	AG;0.79780;0.095;0.152;375;835

# code
cat t.t |cut -d';' -f1

# output
rs
AG
GG
AG
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