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Linux System Administrator's Guide. Bash String Manipulation Examples – Length, Substring, Find and Replace. In bash shell, when you use a dollar sign followed by a variable name, shell expands the variable with its value.

Bash String Manipulation Examples – Length, Substring, Find and Replace

This feature of shell is called parameter expansion. But parameter expansion has numerous other forms which allow you to expand a parameter and modify the value or substitute other values in the expansion process. In this article, let us review how to use the parameter expansion concept for string manipulation operations. This article is part of the on-going bash tutorial series. Refer to our earlier article on bash { } expansion. 1. ${#string} The above format is used to get the length of the given bash variable. $ cat #!

To understand more about bash variables, read 6 Practical Bash Global and Local Variable Examples. Unix and Linux. Man page. - match command-line arguments to their help text. ShellCheck – Online shell script analyzer. Manage, share and source your aliases online. Learn the Linux command line. Write shell scripts. Examplenow - Linux, UNIX command line examples. Useful Unix commands for data science. Imagine you have a 4.2GB CSV file.

Useful Unix commands for data science

It has over 12 million records and 50 columns. All you need from this file is the sum of all values in one particular column. How would you do it? Writing a script in python/ruby/perl/whatever would probably take a few minutes and then even more time for the script to actually complete. A database and SQL would be fairly quick, but then you'd have load the data, which is kind of a pain. Thankfully, the Unix utilities exist and they're awesome. Let's assume our data, which we'll call data.csv, is pipe-delimited ( | ), and we want to sum the fourth column of the file. cat data.csv | awk -F "|" '{ sum += $4 } END { printf "%.2f\n", sum }' The above line says: It took less than two minutes to run on the entire file - much faster than other options and written in a lot fewer characters. For those who are a bit newer to the command line than the rest of this post assumes, Hilary previously wrote a nice introduction to it.

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Beginner's Guide to Nmap

Or how to find out what services a computer is running without just asking the site admin? You can do all this and more with a handy little tool called Nmap. What is Nmap? Short for "network mapper," nmap is a veritable toolshed of functionality to perform network scans. It can be used for security scans, simply to identify what services a host is running, to "fingerprint" the operating system and applications on a host, the type of firewall a host is using, or to do a quick inventory of a local network.