bash script vs command line

Greetings Experts,

I am able to run the following from command line:
grep "1234 ABC\1.0" file.txt | grep ABCDEFGH01 | grep ALPHAONE | wc -l

When I attempt to do the same in a bash script, I don't get the same result.

How do I correct this?

TIA
uluttrellAsked:
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leitzlerCommented:
If your bash-script is looking like this:

#!/bin/sh
grep "1234 ABC\1.0" file.txt | grep ABCDEFGH01 | grep ALPHAONE | wc -l

you should get the same result.. how does the results differ?
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uluttrellAuthor Commented:
If i run the grep command the prompt i get the total number of occurrences.  If i run the grep command from within a script I get 0 as the result.
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OrtokoboldCommented:
This '\1.0' equation looks strange to me...
Try to run: "grep ABCDEFGH01 file.txt | grep ALPHAONE | wc -l" both in command line and in script, and check the results.
If it works, the problem lies within the first equation.
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uluttrellAuthor Commented:
Found the problem.  I had grep -c in the script that interfered with the wc -l.
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moduloCommented:
PAQed with points refunded (150)

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