I have a file with words, some of them repeats. I need to write one liner that shows me the first 5 words with the biggest number of aparition, and will show me like this: number of aparitions space word. Any ideea?
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I am trying to divide a file using the number of words as a condition. Alternatively, I would at least like to be able to retrieve the first x words of a given file. Any tips?
Thanks in advance.
I am working on disallowing users to use easy passwords in pam.d setting on RHEL 5.7 and SuSe 11, and I was hoping to add more words into the current cracklib dict, so I use "echo" command to append new words into the file
I dont want to add the same words into the dict, I think I have too many redundant words now.
I am trying to count the occurrences of ALL words in a file. However, I want to exclude certain words: short words (i.e. <3 chars), and words contained in an blacklist file. There is also a desire to count words that are capitalized (e.g. proper names). I am not 100% sure where the line on capitalization is; i.e. do we count the first word of a sentence differently?