General :: Add Quotes Between Words In A Cvs File?

Mar 8, 2010

I exported a spreadsheet file into cvs format.

The cvs file is formatted this way

field1,field2,field3,..etc

I want it to be in a Quote delimited format like so

"field1","field2","field3",..etc

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General :: Escaping Double Quotes In A File?

Dec 12, 2010

I know it is pretty trivial but anyway...I have php file that I am trying to read it looks like this

...
add_item_tabulky("Klaun-PF 2011","klaun_pf2011.jpg","","","");
add_item_tabulky("Pras�tko-�ťastn�

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Ubuntu :: Double Quotes And Single Quotes Not Working In 11.04?

Aug 2, 2011

I am not sure If anybody has faced this issue, my keyboard is less responsive when pressing the double quote/single quote key, I have to press it twice for it to print the quote( and that too it prints some other data and not exactly a double-quotes). Initially I thought it was issue with my keyboard, but later I see that it is working fine in Windows XP. It looks some kind of setting issue. If you check the below two examples, example a) is the double quote printed in Ubuntu, it doesnt exactly looks like a double-quotes and b) is the one printed in Windows.

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General :: Remove Words In A File Using Sed Or Any Other Command?

Nov 30, 2009

i want to remove words "Max" and "constrained" in a file given below:

Max 0.003745 constrained
Max 0.004549 constrained
Max 0.001689 constrained

[code]....

and further want to replace "Max" by line number so that i can plot the resulting file. i searched in forum, but couldn't do what i wanted to do. e.g. i used

1)grep command

grep -v "Max" inputfile >outputfile

deletes whole line,and hence whole text.

2) sed command

cat inputfile |sed 's/ .{1,12} //g' >outputfile

gives output

0.003745constrained
0.004549constrained
0.001689constrained

[code]....

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General :: Remove Duplicate Words Within A Particular Text In A File?

Jul 22, 2011

I am basically trying to remove duplicate words in my <title></title> tag after I got hit by Google Panda. I have around 750 .html files and it will be difficult for to me remove one by one. I am looking for a way to remove only from within <title> </title>

Example of a duplicate title I have:

Code:

<title>Pasta, Pasta Recipe and Pasta Guide</title>

I dont want to replace those words anywhere else in the file except for within the <title>

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General :: Keeping A Constant Space Between 2 Words In A File?

Oct 6, 2010

I have a text file that gets produced at the end of the script being run.

For this example the text file will produce the following:

Quote:

THE COW
THE DOG
THE CAT
THE HORSE

In the script I am using either echo or printf to print on the screen each line and then it is doing a test and produces a good or bad result.

Another example:

Quote:

THE COW -- IS HOME
THE DOG -- IS HOME

Each whitespace between the -- are 5 spaces. How can I get them to be in-line and formatted when it gets to more words, when THE HORSE arrives.

Example:

Quote:

THE COW -- IS HOME
THE DOG -- IS HOME
THE CAT -- IS HOME
THE HORSE -- IS HOME <-- This has only 3 whitespaces but is still formatted.

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General :: Regex To Find Min / Max Length Words In File?

Jan 29, 2011

i am trying to find all 3 and 4-character length words in my file (which is huge and has alot of entries in it, a big fat wordlist!).My attempt with this regular expression (which I thought should work, found something on length search here: [URL]

cat sorted_noapostrophe.txt| grep '.{3,4}'

but it returns no results? Also to find any words starting with 'f' which are between 3 and 5 characters (inclusive) long, how can this be done?

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Programming :: Getting Rid Of Quotes When Dragging A File Into The Terminal

Feb 18, 2010

The following script will work when I type the path to the file I want to checksum, but not when I drag the file to the terminal because the linux terminal (unlike the Mac) automatically puts quotes around the file path, which causes an error. (Clarification: am referring to gnome-terminal. Thanks, GrapefruiTgirl.) I did not find anything in gconf-editor or anywhere else to alter this behaviour, and my post in Launchpad is unanswered so far. (the script in itself is not very useful, I just stumbled upon this error when experimenting with bash).

So, is there a workaround for stripping the quotes from the input, or can I configure the terminal to not quote the input when I drag a file into it (which I would prefer?)

I am currently logged in from Mac OS, but the question refers to ubuntu karmic with which I dual boot.

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Programming :: Bash File Comparing - Report How Many Matching Words My Main File ?

Jun 9, 2009

I have been messing with diff and grep for 2 days now without result

I am trying to match a file consisting of words to many separate other wordfiles in a specific directory. one by one.

What i want the script to do is to report how many matching words my main file has with every file in the directory, each in turn

setup:

Each of em are plain text files with 1 word per line

Output should be something like:

SCRIPT REPORT:

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Programming :: Double Quotes Inside Double Quotes?

Jun 6, 2010

In bash I need to use some equivalent of double quotes inside double quotes (or the other way around.)I need to run the following statement to get the output of foo and store it in a variable while passing foo the $file which probably contains spaces.

Code:
variable=$(foo "$file")
The problem is that foo might return an empty string and if it does I need to catch it

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Ubuntu :: Finding Words In File?

Apr 28, 2011

Is there a command that could be used to find word content in a file? I.e I want to find all files containing the word 169.254.0.0 in /etc directory.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: How To Locate Words In A File

Jul 6, 2010

I am using Oracle Enterprise Linux version 4 update 7.

Sometimes I have to access large files with thousands of lines in them and I would like to locate a particultar word. e.g.

vi /etc/passwd.

The contents of file passwd are displayed.I want to find a username of joe assuming the passwd file is 2000 lines long.

I would like to use a linux command that will locate joe and highlight in the passwd file as to where word joe is.

Is there a linux command that can do this?

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OpenSUSE :: Spaces Allowed In-between Words In A File?

Jan 12, 2011

I tried Suse five or six years ago and ran into an issue that was not comfortable to work with so I went back to windows. The problem was open spaces between words was not permitted with my music files. I have transferred all of my CDs and LPs to MP3 and have a tremendous number of them and the Suse of five years ago required I convert a title like Foggy Mountain Special.mp3 into something resembling Foggy_Mountain_Special.mp3

I don't care to convert literally a hundred thousand titles to fit the latter format. Does the current version of Suse allow the use of spaces between the words or is the 'no open space' convention still required?

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Nov 14, 2010

i waas wondering if anyone knew of a script or program that removes duplicate words in a txt file. im making an install script and the install list has gotten a bit long so i want to ensure there are no duplicates in the file

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Ubuntu :: Capitalize Every Other Letter Of Words In File

Feb 19, 2011

i have this file, and considering it's obnoxiously huge i'd prefer not to have to do this manually. Is there some way i can manipulate sed or awk to change every other letter in all the words in a file to capital letters?

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Feb 17, 2011

I was going to file a bug to findutils on gnu.org when I saw a notice that asked me whether I knew the difference between these two commands:find -name *.c and find -name "*.c".I use find command quite often but I don't think these two have any difference.

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Jul 27, 2011

I have the following command, which works fine:ll /backup/PROD |grep PROD_ |awk -F" " '{print "catalog backuppiece /backup/PROD/"$9";"}'The output is:catalog backuppiece /backup/PROD/PROD_29mi42vn_1_1;BUT... I want single quotes in the result. One before /back.. and one before the ;Like this:catalog backuppiece '/backup/PROD/PROD_29mi42vn_1_1';How do I do that? I tried using ' but it does not work.The following command works, but I get an error message, which prevents me from using the command in a bash file:ll /backup/PROD |grep PROD_ |awk -F" " '{print "catalog backuppiece '''/backup/PROD/"$9"''';"}'awk: warning: escape sequence `'' treated as plain `''

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Dec 20, 2009

How can I install the dict file to look works?

I am running SUSE 11.1

Here is the error:

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Oct 21, 2010

I'm trying to highlight some key words as tailing a log file using a perl script; about my case: I want to search for a keyworrs just once and highligt all occurrence of them. I want just highlit the keywords but not the whole line but the problems are that perl just catches the first keyword in a line and skip checking for other occurrence. for example if a line like "Error: some exception happen, Unable to process" it just highlight the error and do not process the remain part of the line where it should hilight the word "exception" and "Unable"

2-How can I do some action if for exapmle at least 4 time "unable" message appear ( not just in one line but diffrent line)in below is how I use perl search and replace : Code: s/(?:(unable|exception|warning))/e[1;31$&.......

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Mar 9, 2009

I want to grep for $_POST['whatever']. I've done enough googling and trying different things (and failing) to where I felt it appropriate to post here. How do I identify the single quotes as literals? slashes don't seem to do it.

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General :: Surround A Line With Quotes On Bash?

Apr 24, 2010

When I run for i in $(find -name '*.ogg'); do echo '$i'; done I don't get one line per file as I expected. Instead, when a file name has a space in it, each word comes out in a separate line, so I can't run commands on the files.

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General :: How To Use Rsync When Filenames Contain Double Quotes

Jan 29, 2011

I am trying to synchronize the content of the directory my_dir/ from /home to /backup. This directory contains a file which name has a double quote in it, such as to"to. Here is my rsync command:
rsync -Cazh /home/my_dir/ /backup/my_dir/

And I get the following message:
rsync: mkstemp "/backup/my_dir/.to"to.d93PZr" failed: Invalid argument (22)
For info, rsync works well when the synchronized filenames contain single quote, parenthesis and space. Thus, why is it bugging with a double quote?

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Ubuntu :: Getting Grep To Pull Info From A Specific File Which Match All The Words?

Jun 2, 2011

I am trying to use grep to only tell me files that include both words matching in a pattern file. However when i specify:

grep -f <pattern file> <file>

It pulls out anything that matches one or the other.

Not both.

how to get it to match AND not OR.

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General :: Removing Quotes When Dragging Files To Terminal

Feb 18, 2010

The following script will work when I type the path to the file I want to checksum, but not when I drag the file to the terminal because the linux terminal (unlike the Mac) automatically puts quotes around the file path, which causes an error. I did not find anything in gconf-editor or anywhere else to alter this behaviour, and my post in Launchpad is unanswered so far. (the script in itself is not very useful, I just stumbled upon this error when experimenting with bash).

So, is there a workaround for stripping the quotes from the input, or can I configure the terminal to not quote the input when I drag a file into it (which I would prefer?)I am currently logged in from Mac OS, but the question refers to ubuntu karmic with which I dual boot.ADMINISTRATORS: Thanks for the quick reply to my newbie question about posting new threads. Actually I don't see now what the difficulty was; I guess I was tired from trying to debug the above script (not funny).

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General :: Replacing Single Quotes In Filenames With Another Character

Jan 26, 2011

Can anyone offer a code snippet to recursively go through directories and replace any single or double quotes quotes found in a filename with another character (e.g. "_").If any of the filenames contain a single quote or double quote, then replace it with an underscore.

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Programming :: Use Regex In Perl Script To Detect Allowed Words From The File And Then Print Output To The Screen?

Oct 4, 2010

Its my first post in here so please be patient I am trying to use regex in perl script to detect allowed words from the file and then print output to the screen.

As an example : I have text file with orders and returns :

Item2-SKU-2-11.08.2010-online
Item3-SKU-3-11.09.2010-return
Item4-SKU-4-11.09.2010-store

My question: is it possible to make sure that i am ony outputing to the screen orders based on few conditions like Item,order form e.g. online.And is it possible to have multiple matches (Item2 only diplay if ordered online etc)

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Dec 21, 2010

I need to grep a dictionary file.Only the words that contain 2 or more z's and only 1 b needs to be listed.

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Feb 15, 2010

How can I display the no. of lines, words and characters for each file in current directory and in sub directory.

wc . * shows errornous result as there are some executable files in that directory.

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General :: Finding Words In Files?

Apr 23, 2010

I am looking for this `struct messages_sdd_t` and I need to search through a lot of *.c files to find it.However, I can't seen to find a match as I want to exclude all the words 'struct' and 'messages_sdd_t'. As I want to search on this only 'struct messages_sdd_t' The reason for this is, as struct is used many times and I keep getting pages or search results.The directory I am searching in, has another directories so it will have to search recursively.I have been doing this without success:Code: find . -type f -name '*.c' | xargs grep 'struct messages_sdd_t'and thisCode: find . -type f -name '*.c' | xargs egrep -w 'struct|messages_sdd_t'

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Dec 2, 2010

15 for(i = 0; i < N; i++) I want to replace "i" with "test" in the line above,whose line number is 15. When I tried this command :15s/i/test/ Line 15 turned to be this: for(test = 0; i < N; i++) It only replace the first "i",but I want to change all "i" in line 15.

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