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Jan
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comment how to update a file
first i want to thanks all you guys for trying to help me out.
Jan
27
comment how to update a file
is sed and awk has something to do with overwrite a file. like i have a older version and i want to up date it to a newer version. kinda like overwrite a file. like File 1 have a,b, and c. later one File 1 has more feature which is d and e. i want to update the old file 1 so it have all feature which is a,b,c,d,and e.
Jan
27
comment how to update a file
ok...it like this..File 1 have a,b, and c. later one File 1 has more feature which is d and e. i want to update the old file 1 so it have all feature which is a,b,c,d,and e. it like i have a older version and i want to up date it to a newer version. kinda like overwrite a file.
Jan
26
comment how to update a file
i did try but it came out like this: sed: -i may not be used with stdin
Jan
26
comment how to update a file
for instant, a file1 have data A,b,c. now file1 is re-written. and you want to update it. i think update and replace is the same right? i'm not sure if the word update is the correct word. it is like the file is old and you want to replace the old file with new one. does it has to have the same file name? i don't think it matter right?
Jan
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asked how to update a file
Jan
21
comment Bash script to open, read, and write then save
Dennis..sorry for a late reply. thank Dennis and all of you guys. your comment has a great help for me.....
Jan
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Jan
13
comment Bash script to open, read, and write then save
i want to thank your first for your help...i'm trying to read from $1 and increment from $2 and write it to a destination which is $3 and save it. i think my script is bad. i didn't get it to do what i want it to....i don't know if this is possible..can you help...thank you again..
Jan
12
asked Bash script to open, read, and write then save