Hey, Phil -- if by "norcal618" you mean Northern California, we could be neighbors (Santa Cruz Mountains on the Central California Coast here). Welcome aboard and hope you enjoy CrunchBang.
Another Californian! Santa Cruz County (Felton, in the mountains) here. Welcome to CrunchBang, Elephant454, and around SCALE 12X next February, don't be surprised if we ask you to work the booth in L.A. in February
I know what this news update is. (2 Children were abducted on Boulevard in Southern California earlier) But why are they sending me this... And more importantly who are "they"? Anybody out of California get this?
NextSpace, a network of coworking spaces in Northern and Southern California, has raised $825,000 in new funding.
Co-founder and CEO Jeremy Neuner said the first NextSpace location opened back in 2008, in Santa Cruz (where Neuner is a former economic manager and his co-founder Ryan Coonerty is a former mayor). It has now expanded to six locations, including two in San Francisco.
I haven't been on the forum for a while. I usually drop off a bit anyway in the summer time. Out riding the bicycle, preparing for a tour and the tour itself. This year it was the Oregon and northern California coast. It was extremely difficult but glorious.
Could you please help me to achieve below solution.
I have a FILE1.txt as below.
TEXAS CALIFORNIA TEXAS
DALLAS CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA DALLAS
DALLAS TEXAS TEXAS DALLAS
NEW YORK NEW YORk
FILE2.txt as below.
Now I need to compare the string in FILE2.txt (first field) record is present in FILE1.txt but more than once then replace the string with 2nd
I am currently on metro pcs...it sucks bad here..at least for me...and i am getting tired of their crappy phones....anyways, birthday is coming up, going to be buying a Nexus 4 and I was wondering how the coverage is here in Southern California for T-mo
they seem to be the best option for the N4 and so I figured i'd ask people how the coverage is here in Southern California
We may not have hoverboards by October 2015, but thanks to investments from the California Energy Commission and Toyota, we’ll have something just as futuristic: the makings of a functioning hydrogen economy in California. Read More