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Posted on 2002-04-06
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How to convert a single column data to a row using  
unix command(s)? For example, convert
   4
   12
   A
   B33
to
   
   4    12   A   B33

Thank you.
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Question by:geermu
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tr '\012' ' '
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by:ecw
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echo `cat file`
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by:elfie
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another one :

for i in `cat file`
do
print -n $i" " 
done

Between " " you can put some delimiters.
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by:geermu
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Outstanding! Thank you all.
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