How to Use Comparison Operators with Awk in Linux – Part 4

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5 Responses

  1. upkar says:

    What is the difference between using these expression directly and using this expressions with if statement. How it makes difference.

  2. jumen says:

    awk ‘NR==1 {print }; NR>1 && $3 > 30 { printf “%s\t%s\n”, $0,”**” ; };NR>1 && $3 <= 30 { print $0 ;}' food_list.txt
    will be better

  3. jumen says:

    if I want filter the quantity greater than 30; there will be something wrong
    awk ‘$3 > 30 { printf “%s\t%s\n”, $0,”**” ; } $3 1 && $3 > 30 { printf “%s\t%s\n”, $0,”**” ; };NR>1 && $3 <= 30 { print $0 ;}' food_list.txt

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