Commands tagged Access (4)


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    showkey -a
    totti · 2012-01-26 10:47:19 4
  • -H suppress Headers -I Inserts instead of csv -R to give ; as the row delimeter. Probably you can concatenate each line with a ; while importing to the db.


    2
    mdb-export -H -I -R database.mdb table >table.sql
    vasundhar · 2011-04-09 22:18:24 0
  • It shows the complete ascii table, and it works in BSD too, not only in Linux.


    0
    man ascii
    titan2x · 2012-01-26 20:39:13 0
  • Consider the following simple situation [ reading something using while and read ] [See script 1 in sample output] --------------------------------------------------- The variable var is assigned with "nullll" at first. Inside the while loop [piped while] it is assigned with "whillleeee". [Onlly 2 assignments stmts]. Outside the loop the last assigned value for "var" [and no variable] inside the while can't be accessed [Due to pipe, var is executed in a sub shell]. In these type of situation variables can be accessed by modifying as follows. [See script 2 in sample output] ___________________________ Vary helpful when reading a set of items, say file names, stored on a file [or variable] to an array an use it later. Is there any other way 2 access variables inside and outside the loop ?? Show Sample Output


    -5
    while read line; do echo $line; done <<< "$var"
    totti · 2011-09-22 16:53:32 0

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