Top 10 subjects comp.unix.shell

Top 10 subjects comp.unix.shell

Post by Heiner Steve » Tue, 10 Sep 2002 07:02:08



Top 10 subjects for the 7 day period ending Monday September 9, 2002.

posts kbytes   subject
 25     38.7   Could you help me to improve it?
 19     33.8   Shell Question
 13     20.9   shell of choice
 10     23.0   How to deal with unusual shells?
 10     15.4   check if a string is builtin command?
 10     14.6   IP of a machine
  9     15.3   Redirected output file too large
  9     13.8   reverse a string in Bash
  9     10.9   simple one
  7     13.0   help with double alias

375 articles on 106 subjects
  286 were followups (76.3%)
  28 were crossposts (7.5%)

827.0 kbytes total
  headers:        325.5kb   39.4%
  quoted text:    123.6kb   14.9%
  original text:  353.0kb   42.7%
  signatures:      25.0kb    3.0%

Averages:
  3.5 articles / subject
  2.2 kbytes / article
  7.8 kbytes / subject
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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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