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Old 11-07-2010, 01:51 AM   #1
Algis
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Bash. Remove from text table


Hi. Let's say i have a table in a text file.
How can i remove from that table for example "SLS= " if the value is empty? Is it possible to do it in bash awk or sed?
Sorry for my english.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4110369/test.txt

10.25 SLS=* G.V.=* BBU=122 G.V.=14
10.28 SLS=196 G.V.=198 BBU=* G.V.=*
10.08 U.T.=* I.M=--
10.15 U.T.=-0.522 I.M=*
 
Old 11-07-2010, 02:13 AM   #2
Algis
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Solved by converting to other encoding and:
Code:
cat /tmp/whattoremove.txt | while read line; do sed -i "s|$line|g" /tmp/test.txt; done
Inside whattoremove.txt: SLS= |
 
  


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