i have a text file that contains something like this.
1 AC AT RR cOO
2 EE cFF HGB cEVY
3 WDU RWS cTY NBE
but it contains a lot of rows and that's an example of the data
what i want to do is to to create another text file using a shell script from this text file with these modifications:
1-let the same ordering of the same file
2-change each value that contains c to without c
3-add c to each value that does not contain c
sed can do it. The trick is to deal with the 'c' so that sed doesn't remove it entirely until the new 'c' are added in. That's the point of the '%' in the first and last clauses of the script. I'm assuming that the leading digits in your example are line numbers and should never be changed. That allowed me to pay attention to leading white space in each token.
hi i am using vb.net multidimensional arrays and i am getting the nearest or closest number i just want to ask if my code was correct or not ? for example i have an input of 13000 and nearest number should be on col 6 can you please help me ...
write a C++ program which take inputs from the user/keyboard and calculate his ZAKAT.
get the input from user may include
-Amount invested in business
-Amount given to other business partners as loan
-Amount payable to others