script to label out put of command

I have a command that I run and it prints out three numbers to the screen after it runs, I need to make a script with these three commands in
it, then take the three numbers and give them a lable and print this to the screen.


Ex:

Command and the three numbers it prints out to the screen

find /mail/queue/ -type f | egrep -v '\.etc$' | wc -l;find /mail/queue/ -type f | wc -l;find /mail/queue/ -type f -name *.etc | wc -l
    3238
    3647
     409


What I want to do with these three numbers would be to print this out to the screen using the number it put out.



Queue 1  3238
Queue 2  3647
Queue 3   409


Thanks,
bt707Asked:
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TintinCommented:
No need for Perl.

#!/bin/sh
echo "Queue 1 " `find /mail/queue -type f | grep -vc '.etc$'`
echo "Queue 2 " `find /mail/queue -type f | wc -l`
echo "Queue 3 "  `find /mail/queue -type -name -name "*.etc" | wc-l`
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bt707Author Commented:
Thanks Tintin, that worked great!!

Thanks again
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