Outputs a ranged subset of data from STDIN
This will read from STDIN and output a subset of data in a defined range.
The range can be defined as a number of different range types - such as the content of the array or it’s index / row number. You can also omit either the start or the end of the search criteria to cover all items before or after the remaining search criteria.
Please note that
@[ syntax has been deprecated in favour of
[ syntax instead. Aside from its name dropping the
@ prefix, it will still perform identically
<stdin> -> [start..end]flags -> <stdout>
<stdin> -> @[start..end]flags -> <stdout>
Range over all months after March:
» a: [January..December] -> [March..]se April May June July August September October November December
Range from the 6th to the 10th month (indexes start from zero,
» a: [January..December] -> [5..9] June July August September October
8handles backspace characters (char 8) instead of treating it like a printable character
bremoves blank (empty) lines from source
eexclude the start and end search criteria from the range
sexact string match
ttrims whitespace from source
[[(element): Outputs an element from a nested structure
[(index): Outputs an element from an array, map or table
a(mkarray): A sophisticated yet simple way to build an array or list
alter: Change a value within a structured data-type and pass that change along the pipeline without altering the original source input
append: Add data to the end of an array
count: Count items in a map, list or array
ja(mkarray): A sophisticated yet simply way to build a JSON array
jsplit: Splits STDIN into a JSON array based on a regex parameter
prepend: Add data to the start of an array
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