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awk processing....

awk processing....

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hello

the input file has lines:

CODE

N750:156#x5#(none)#0#/0#0##1#100
N850:154#x5#(none)#2#/0#0##1#100
N770:152#x5#(none)#0#/0#3##1#200
N760:155#x5#(none)#0#/5#0##1#200 

expected output is:

CODE

N750 0 100 N850 2 100
N770 0 200 N760 0 200 

How to modify my command (to be easiest as possible and shortest - even rid off the "for" loop) to get expected output?

CODE

for i in `awk -F\# '$2 == "x5" {print $NF}' input|sort -u`;do awk -F\# -va=$i '$NF == a {print $1" "$4" "a}' input|awk 'ORS=NR%2?" ":RS';done 

Now it produces:

CODE

N750:156 0 100 N850:154 2 100
N770:152 0 200 N760:155 0 200 

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