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Re: sort



Sort, the contents of infile1, placing
     the output in outfile and using the first two characters of the second
     field as the sort key:

cat  infile1 |  awk '{if(NR >1) print $0}' | sort -o outfile -k 1

BTW awk tick off caption " name  age  income" line at the begin of file

2006/6/18, Aimin Yan <aiminy iastate edu>:
i have a file, I want to sort this file based on the 2nd column, and start
from 1st row.how can
I do use sort command to do in redhat linux.
for example, this is file I want to sort


name  age  income
trorry   34    344
aimin   36    345
shihe   23    3667

Aimin

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