I have a string "uid=1003(user1) gid=101(groupxyz)" which is result of the execution of the shell command "id" in Unix.
Now I need to parse this above string and get the username i.e. "user1" in the above example.
Can anyone give me any clue in this and yes I can't use the obvious $LOGNAME in this case, I will have to get the current username using "id".
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