modifying output in a textfile

Posted on 1999-07-24
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Last Modified: 2010-04-21
I have a text file which is basically a list of numbers 1-100.  What I am trying to achieve is to have this file displayed on the screen in 4 columns.. 0-24, 25-50 etc...  Has anyone ANY ideas on how I would start to achieve this??

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pr -4 -t -l25 file

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Brilliant!  As simple as that!!! thanx!
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I guess that means you're accepting the answer...
pr -4 -t

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