unix ksh: awk

Hello again,

In a two line output file I would need to differentiate between these two cases:

1) only last line has 'every run':
                       ORAUFSHL-MCC02  ABEND 10 08:02  00:01           1 #J27828
 >>every run   ORAUFSHL-MCC02 ABEND 10 08:17  00:01           1 #J7609; &0:15

2) both lines have 'every run':
 >>every run   ORAUFSHL-MCC01  ABEND 10 08:02  00:01           1 #J27828
 >>every run   ORAUFSHL-MCC02 ABEND 10 08:17  00:01           1 #J7609; &0:15

So the command would read the file and
 if 1) => action1
 if 2) => action2

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grep -o "every run" file1| wc -l
assuming file name is file1 ... the result shall either be 1 or 2
usage prog_name file_name

count=`grep ">>every run" $1 | wc -l`
if [ "$count" == 1 ]
        echo "Action 1"
elif [ "$count" == 2 ]
        echo "Action 2"
        echo "Error"

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WatnogAuthor Commented:
Thanks both of you.
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