How to replace value in each field until a certain character in each record?

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Each record coming with column names. It is pipe delimited. I have to replace them in each record as shown below: Input:

COMPILES=1|PROPS=inet.timeoutDownload=5000;inet.timeoutIO=5000;inet.timeoutOpen=5000;inet.urlBase=vxml3-elr:7000/CVP/;swirec_language=en-US|SCPU=30828

Output:

1|inet.timeoutDownload=5000;inet.timeoutIO=5000;inet.timeoutOpen=5000;inet.urlBase=vxml3-elr:7000/CVP/;swirec_language=en-US|30828

I was trying the command sed 's/[^|]*=//g' to replace all sequences of non-| characters followed by = with nothing but in the 2nd column it is printing only last value. Is there a way to replace only 1st instance in each field?

1|en-US|30828

awk, string='abc=something|efgh=anotherThing|klmnop=yet_another_thing' string='|'$​string #to prepend with '|' and have a pattern result=$( echo  Hi all, I have a requirement to replace a field with a character as per the length of the field. Suppose i have a file where second field is of 20 character length. I want to replace second field with 20 stars (*). like ***** As the field is not a fixed one, i want to do the (2 Replies)

Hacker's Guide to Visual FoxPro 6.0, I have to replace them in each record as shown below TIME=​20181219110000261|CHAN=FMBKHJBAAAADPCFNAAAAAABA|EVNT=SWIclst​|VALU=Session  Each record coming with column names. I have to replace them in each record as shown below: TIME=20181219110000275|CHAN=FMBKHJBAAAADPCFNAAAAAABA|EVNT=SWIgrld|API=SWIrecGrammarActivate|TYPE=uri/2.0

another awk

$ awk 'BEGIN{FS=OFS="|"} {for(i=1;i<=NF;i++) sub(/[^=]+=/,"",$i)}1' file

results with

1|inet.timeoutDownload=5000;inet.timeoutIO=5000;inet.timeoutOpen=5000;inet.urlBase=vxml3-elr:7000/CVP/;swirec_language=en-US|30828

Administrative Report LJ, Parameter Value Meaning cField Character The name of a field whose status is being queried or changed. nFieldCode -1 Query the status for all fields in the current record. 0 Query or change the deleted status of the current record. Maybe this is nCode Numeric The status to assign the specified field. See Help for a list. Hi all, I have a requirement to replace a field with a character as per the length of the field. Suppose i have a file where second field is of 20 character length. I want to replace second field with 20 stars (*). like ***** As the field is not a fixed one, i want to do the (2 Replies)

Using Perl

$ cat mullapudi.log
COMPILES=1|PROPS=inet.timeoutDownload=5000;inet.timeoutIO=5000;inet.timeoutOpen=5000;inet.urlBase=vxml3-elr:7000/CVP/;swirec_language=en-US|SCPU=30828

$ perl -F"\|" -ane ' s/^.+?=//g for @F; print join("|",@F) ' mullapudi.log
1|inet.timeoutDownload=5000;inet.timeoutIO=5000;inet.timeoutOpen=5000;inet.urlBase=vxml3-elr:7000/CVP/;swirec_language=en-US|30828

Statistical Uses of Administrative Records: Recent Research and , After the variables for each page are entered, the program takes a few of fields until most variables on the screen currently displayed have valid values. For example, cruise number has four characters. If you respond with a "C" to the Main Edit Menu, you have indicated your desire to change records on the database. value.split("#").join("") This splits the value at every space ("#") and joins them with no space ("") replace(value, “#”, “”) this look for every # ("#") sign and replace it with no space ("")

Microsoft Office Access 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies, Each of these specific operations is described below . a uniform method . name field from right to left until a non - numeric word with three or more characters  All you need to do now is to modify the code with the correct logic. Let’s review the logic, we want to check for each value of column [B] in every single raw of the table and replace it with a value of column [C] only if [B] = [A]. I highlighted the “each” as it is an important keyword in Power Query.

How to replace certain characters in the whole table at once , For instance, if you know that a field should never exceed four characters, set the field size to 4 For instance, you can change text to all caps or all lowercase. The default value appears in the field until another value is entered. A Validation Rule property that applies to a whole record is in the Properties sheet. You can also nest multiple REPLACE calls. UPDATE MyTable SET StringColumn = REPLACE (REPLACE (StringColumn, 'GREATERTHAN', '>'), 'LESSTHAN', '<') You can also do this when you select the data (as opposed to when you save it). So instead of : SELECT MyURLString From MyTable.

Use the Find and Replace dialog box to change data, I have a table that contains certain characters, which should be how can I replace 5 different, individual characters with another character in all Private Sub fixCharacters() Dim rst As Recordset, fld As Field Dim MoveFirst Do Until rst. it records by record and field by field looking for the characters. You can also use the Find and Replace command to remove text after a specified character, just refer to the following steps: 1# Click “HOME“->”Find&Select”->”Replace…”, then the window of the Find and Replace will appear. 2# click “Replace” Tab, then type ,* into the Find what: text box, and leave blank in the Replace with: text box.

Comments
  • Your matching | at the start of the field is smarter than sed -r 's/[^=]*=([^|]*)([|]|$)/\1\2/g', +1.
  • @MullapudiSudhakar Explained the regex.
  • @JamesBrown Thanks a lot . When I am using this for following record it's replacing " " with in the data. echo "CNTNT=<?xml version='1.0'?><result><interpretation grammar="session:field320753672@field.grammar" confidence="100"><input mode="dtmf">0</input><instance><SWI_literal>0</SWI_literal><value confidence="100">representative</value><SWI_grammarName>session:field320753672@field.grammar</SWI_grammarName><SWI_meaning>{value:representative}</SWI_meaning></instance></interpretation></result>|UCPU=190140" |sed 's/(^\||)[^=]\+=/\1/g'
  • You need to copy the command like I wrote it. \( is not the same as (.