Senior R&D Manager (Data Science) at Synopsys Software Integrity Group and Treasurer at Farset Labs
So, say you have a long list of instruction (like multiple apt-get install lines) and you want to eliminate common words?
Easiest way to do it is (assuming you have all of the instrustions in “list.txt”)
[FYI the ‘' character indicates a continuation of a single line ]
|tr ‘ ‘ ‘\n’ \ #Expands all space characters to new lines|
|sort||uniq \ #sorts each line, and then eliminates duplicates|
|tr ‘\n’ ‘‘ #turns all the new-lines into spaces|
Depending on the actual content, it may be necessary to remove specific entries, (such as apt-get or sudo). Thats an exercise for the reader.