Unix Tip #4577- September 22, 2013


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REGEXP MATCHING IN AWK


If you ever find yourself typing "command | grep pattern | awk '{print $3}'
you can shorten this by using the regexp matching in awk, like this:

command | awk '/pattern/{print $3}'

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