Problem with Cygwin 1.7.17 + Bash and Grep...

Alan Thompson thompson2526@gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 20:55:00 GMT 2013


Never heard of pspad, but I use Cygwin's dos2unix all the time for
this kind of thing.
Alan Thompson

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 6:49 AM, Gates, Roger <Roger.Gates@goodrich.com> wrote:
>
>
> >I'm essentially trying to take the contents of one file, and use it as
> >input for a grep command against another file, but I do not get any
> >results, even though I know the 2nd file contains a match.  In the
> >one-liner below, I include an "echo" to confirm the output is in the
> >variable that should be used with the grep command.
> >
> >[vmorales@D630-Vmorales ~]# for i in `cat file-a.txt`; do echo $i;
> >grep $i file-b.txt; done
> >alpha
> >beta
> >charlie
> >delta
> >echo
> >
> >[vmorales@D630-Vmorales ~]# grep charlie file-b.txt
> >charlie,13
>
> File-a.txt must be in DOS format. Try this.
>
> for i in `cat file-a.txt | d2u`; do echo $i;
> grep $i file-b.txt; done
> alpha
> beta
> charlie
> charlie,13
> delta
> echo
>
> Roger
>
>
>
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