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Need a script for below .

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I want to print col1 , col2 col 6 sepratly to a file they are seprarted by single space.
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by:ssnkumar
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cut command on Unix/Linux will do this.
Use -f and -d options to indicate the field and the delimiter (in your case this is space or ' ').
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by:omarfarid
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use

cut -f 1,2,6 < datafile > myfile
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by:ssnkumar
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@omarfarid: I could have also given the full command with all the options. The reason I didn't give the full command is, it will be like doing the homework!
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by:point_pleasant
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there is of course the good ole awk command

awk '{ print $1" " $2" " $6 }'  filename
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by:Tintin
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awk '{print $1,$2,$6'} file >newfile

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by:Tintin
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Typo in my last comment.

Should be:

awk '{print $1,$2,$6'} file >newfile

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by:point_pleasant
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WOW

> newfile

really?
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by:Tintin
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point pleasant,

not sure what you mean.
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bah, still had a typo

      

awk '{print $1,$2,$6}' file >newfile

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