Top 10 subjects comp.unix.shell

Top 10 subjects comp.unix.shell

Post by hei.. » Tue, 08 Dec 1998 04:00:00



Top 10 subjects for the 7 day period ending Monday December 7, 1998.

posts kbytes   subject
 81    200.5   Group asking, what is best SHELL for scripting?
 14     43.4   RFC: Bruce's Top Twelve Reasons
 13     20.5   Recover deleted files
 12     19.5   Using head and tail
  8     14.3   Sorting By Second Column With Unique First Column
  7     11.2   PS Command
  6      9.3   Delete many files from csh script
  5      9.9   Cleaning up my script.
  5      7.3   Parameter variables and variables...
  5      7.0   Question about UNIX bourne shell script

350 articles on 107 subjects
  271 were followups (77.4%)
  39 were crossposts (11.1%)

930.7 kbytes total
  headers:        283.1kb   30.4%
  quoted text:    140.1kb   15.1%
  original text:  487.4kb   52.4%
  signatures:      20.1kb    2.2%

Averages:
  3.3 articles / subject
  2.7 kbytes / article
  8.7 kbytes / subject

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This statistic was created using a script available at
Heiner's SHELLdorado: http://www.oase-shareware.org/shell

 
 
 

1. Top 10 subjects comp.unix.shell

Top 10 subjects for the 7 day period ending Monday  22, 1996.

posts kbytes   subject
  9     14.0   Last paramater in ksh93?
  8     12.1   Testing age of files in scripts
  8     10.5   how to test env var set or not
  8      9.5   What shell am I in?
  7     10.0   Reading and passing vars from a file.
  6     10.1   date calculation problem
  5      9.4   "top ten posters" shell script using nntp?
  5      7.9   How to correct this mistake ?
  4      5.8   csh: arithmetic operations
  4      5.6   Calling a script from cron

205 articles on 88 subjects
  138 were followups (67.32%)
  19 were crossposts (9.27%)

511.0 kbytes total
  headers:        119.0kb  23.29%
  quoted text:     67.4kb  13.19%
  original text:  306.8kb  60.03%
  signatures:      17.8kb   3.49%

Averages:
  2.33 articles / subject
  2.49 kbytes / article
  5.81 kbytes / subject

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