Unix Tip #4488- June 25, 2014


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COUNTING BLANK LINES


Counting blank lines in
a file which may include
spaces and tabs:

cat filename |awk ' /^['\ '|'\\t']*$/ { ++x } END { print "No. of Blank Lines = " x } '


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