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    Okay after looking at SQLLite it looks like this...

    Okay after looking at SQLLite it looks like this is what you need:
    Driver Class Name: org.sqlite.JDBC
    Connection Info: jdbc:sqlite:<database_file>

    Also make sure that the path to the package:...
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    I don't know what specific driver you are using...

    I don't know what specific driver you are using to connect but I can give you a couple examples that may help you figure out what you need.

    I use the Oracle Thin JDBC driver. It comes packaged...
  3. This should work in Vim: %s/^\(\( \)*\)\t/\1 ...

    This should work in Vim:

    %s/^\(\( \)*\)\t/\1 /g

    But you would need to issue this command once for every level of indentation there is at the beginning of a line. So if your most indented...
  4. s/(ABC.*)9$/\18/

    s/(ABC.*)9$/\18/
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    The system I am working on (HP-UX) does not have...

    The system I am working on (HP-UX) does not have the export utility so I cannot use it. Is there another way to accomplish this without writing a seperate script?
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    Alias command to go to a dir or subdirectory

    Hello,

    I currently must access a Unix quite often and change to a certain directory.

    I have aliased a command that takes me to that directory in my .cshrc. (This was set up by someone else and...
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    I am not sure about PHP but for perl and any...

    I am not sure about PHP but for perl and any other regex system I have used you should use {5,20} in place of {5-20}. I assume you are looking for any alphanumeric string of 5 to 20 characters.
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    ghostdog, I am trying to stay away from VBscript...

    ghostdog, I am trying to stay away from VBscript as I want something that is more platform independent.

    Hotcold, I have access to perl as I use it quite often. I would be interested in your...
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    Combining Columns in a text file

    I recently had the need to take a file and copy the first columns and add paste it in between the second and third columns in a text file.

    IE the file with columns A-D:

    A B C D

    would...
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    This should do close to what you need it to for...

    This should do close to what you need it to for the first part:



    sed "s/$USER/[&]/g" $myvar | grep $USER | nl >results.txt
  11. Thread: comparing

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    How about: diff text1.txt text2.txt | grep...

    How about:


    diff text1.txt text2.txt | grep \> | cut -d' ' -f2 >>text1.txt
  12. I agree with je_fro. I use GVIM in windows...

    I agree with je_fro. I use GVIM in windows everyday for work. I program in many different languages but mostly one that no editor or IDE would have support for. We use custom syntax files for...
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    In the standard X,Y coordinate system, if you...

    In the standard X,Y coordinate system, if you know two points then you can find the slope of a line (m):

    m=

    y1-y2
    --------
    x1-x2

    When you know the slope and one point on a line you can use...
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    I think he means for you to use chgrp to change...

    I think he means for you to use chgrp to change the folders group rather than changing anything in your etc/group file
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    Getting back on topic. I did something similar...

    Getting back on topic. I did something similar on my webpage using Apache, PHP, and magpierss. Magpierss is a PHP rss parser and allows you to access each individual tag in an xml rss feed. For...
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    I'm not sure what part of the url string you are...

    I'm not sure what part of the url string you are trying to find but if it is the cm=( ) portion then the following code would give you the eight characters following the cm= in perl.



    $url =~...
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    I have done some more work and for now I can use:...

    I have done some more work and for now I can use:

    while ($varnum !~ [0-9] && $varnum !~ [0-9][0-9])

    in order to force the user to enter a 1 or 2 digit number.

    However, there must be a way to...
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    CSH Reg-Ex Matching Help

    I have a CSH script in which it currently matches a number from 0-9 given by the user.

    while( $varnum =~ [0-9])

    I would like to not limit this to a one digit number. Would this line work:
    ...
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    David, you are a worthy opponet for fellow...

    David, you are a worthy opponet for fellow humans. I was once in your shoes, no one in my family would play chess. I tried playing solely against chess engines such as Chessmaster. Then I found a...
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    While I am not well versed at all on chess...

    While I am not well versed at all on chess environments specifically for Linux, I am a chess enthusiast and have seen many different sites and engines.

    In my experience I try to stay away from...
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    Perl Regular Expression causing warnings.

    I have perl script that has the following line in it:


    $line =~ s/^$oldLabel$|^$oldLabel(\W)|(\W)$oldLabel(\W)|(\W)$oldLabel$/$2$4$newLabel$1$3/ig;

    This code works fine, however if I try to...
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    Sticky: Here is my solution with reversing vrooom. ...

    Here is my solution with reversing vrooom.



    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<string.h>

    char str[] = "vrooom race";

    void invVrooom () {
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    Well I just tried installing Ubuntu from the same...

    Well I just tried installing Ubuntu from the same disk on a different computer and it failed during the install. So I reburned from the ISO and everything worked. I still have a question though. ...
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    Installing Apache: apt-get errors.

    I am trying to install Apache using apt-get on Ubuntu 5.04 Hoary Hedgehog. I keep getting the following errors and cannot find a solution. I have tried adding repositories to my...
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    They do have more than enough bandwith 3GB/s. ...

    They do have more than enough bandwith 3GB/s. But as far as network transfer speed I thought they could only go 2Gb/s
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