Does every one have the same limitation on signature length? I find it useful to list the oS version and hardware details in the sig but the current restriction on the number of characters makes it very difficult to fit it all in if you have more than one piece of hardware.
On my computer, the default initial size of a terminator(1) window is about 70 characters across. Since the standard wrap length of source files, etc. seems to be about 79 characters, that is not a very useful size.
I have a very large file that contains a listing of all files on the system. I need to create a listing from that file of all files that start with the following format: s???_*, whereas the '?' represents characters, so the file name begins with an 's' followed by three other characters and then an 'underscore', ie soap_box.dat.
I am writing an open-source stemmer in Java for Indic languages which admit a large number of suffixes.
The Java stemmer requires that each suffix string be sorted as per its length and that all strings of the same length are arranged in a single group, sorted alphabetically.
Could you please help me in writing a shell script / or even a valid regex which can evaluate a given string whether it is a valid Fully Qualified Domain Name(FQDN) or not.
The FQDN guidelines are as below:
Each label may contain up to 63 characters. The full domain name may not exceed a total length of 253 characters in its external dotted-label specification.