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Old 09-10-2009, 06:15 PM   #1
maas187
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HI to all.

I have a file that looks like this.


1.0,2.0
4.0,5.0
1.5,1.0

and so no .

i need to know how would i calculate this in AWK e.g.

1.0 X 2.0
4.0 X 5.0
1.5 X 1.0

and then
add the result ..... so multiply the numbers and add the result .

thank you very much
 
Old 09-10-2009, 06:19 PM   #2
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HI to all.

I have a file that looks like this.


1.0,2.0
4.0,5.0
1.5,1.0

and so no .

i need to know how would i calculate this in AWK e.g.

1.0 X 2.0
4.0 X 5.0
1.5 X 1.0

and then
add the result ..... so multiply the numbers and add the result .

thank you very much

Thank you guys already found it .


awk -F, '{s += $1*$2} END {print s}' file_list
 
  


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