How to stop $ / being stripped of a string being inserted into a file with sed?

How to stop $ / being stripped of a string being inserted into a file with sed?

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How to stop $ / being stripped of a string being inserted into a file with sed?
Tag : bash , By : user150744
Date : January 12 2021, 07:00 PM

it helps some times The Aim I am trying to write a bash script to automate the setup of a Raspbian system. This includes setting a custom prompt for all users. I need to change one line in the /etc/bashrc file. , So, the following works:
cat <<'EOF' |
if ! [ -n "${SUDO_USER}" -a -n "${SUDO_PS1}" ]; then
   PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\u@\h:\w\$ '

sed 's/\([[:space:]]\+\)PS1=.*/\1#&\n\1PS1='\''[e[36;40m][e[m][e[93m]@[e[m][e[36m]h[e[m]: [e[92m]w[e[m] [e[92m]$[e[m][e[93m]>[e[m]'\''/'
if ! [ -n "${SUDO_USER}" -a -n "${SUDO_PS1}" ]; then
   #   PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\u@\h:\w\$ '
   PS1='[e[36;40m][e[m][e[93m]@[e[m][e[36m]h[e[m]: [e[92m]w[e[m] [e[92m]$[e[m][e[93m]>[e[m]'

  custom_prompt="  PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\[\e[36;40m\]\u\[\e[m\]\[\e[93m\]@\[\e[m\]\[\e[36m\]\h\[\e[m\]: \[\e[92m\]\w\[\e[m\] \[\e[92m\]\\$\[\e[m\]\[\e[93m\]>\[\e[m\]'"
  # replace each \ for double \\
  sed_custom_prompt=$(<<<"$custom_prompt" sed 's/\\/\\\\/g')
  sed 's/\([[:space:]]\+\)PS1=.*/\1#&\n\1'"$sed_custom_prompt"'/'

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How to stop the leading 0's from being stripped off when exporting to excel from a datatable?

Tag : chash , By : John Miller
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I don't know the output of your XSL transformation: I will assume it's the xml format for Excel. Trying to reverse the process I wrote three numbers (007) in an Excel sheet: once as number, once as text and once as number but formatted to show 3 digits padded with zeros. Then I saved it as xml and looked at it. Here is the fragment:
    <Cell><Data ss:Type="Number">7</Data></Cell>
    <Cell><Data ss:Type="String" x:Ticked="1">007</Data></Cell>
    <Cell ss:StyleID="s22"><Data ss:Type="Number">7</Data></Cell>

Tag : c , By : user181445
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue I don't see you link line so i's hard to tell for sure but this seems like it could be an ordering problem
If all of the symbols that are needed by libb are in liba, then you should list libb first, so that they are listed as symbols-to-be-resolved, and when libb is visited they will be resolved. This is not stripping per-se, it is just not including (i.e. it is omission not an active removal, am I splitting hairs? maybe)

How to stop leading 0's from being stripped from my integers in C#

Tag : chash , By : Anthony Eden
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I am trying to store integers representing 4 bit strings, some of which have 0's at the beginning. When I write these values out in the Console the leading 0's are stripped off, can I stop this from happening? I read through the documentation but couldn't see anything that would prevent this from happening. Here is my code so far: , try with

How to stop spaces,\n getting stripped from Unit Test Session Output?

Tag : fhash , By : lhoBas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Simple wrapping of C# Console behaviour in F# printfn style.
NB. the printfn "no format" overload is not working for this work-around.
    // .fs code
    // --------

    namespace Play

    open PlayCS
    open System
    open NUnit.Framework

    module printHelper =
      let printfn (fmt: Format<_,_,_,_>) x = ConsoleHack.WriteLine <| sprintf fmt x        
    open printHelper

    type  printPatterns2() =
      member __.testHelper() = 
        printfn "%s" "our overloaded printfn"
        printfn "%s" "now does"
        printfn "%s" "what"
        printfn "%s" "it is supposed to"
        printfn "%s" "in the F#/Resharper/nunit context"

      member __.testHackWriteLine() = 
        ConsoleHack.WriteLine(sprintf "%s" "abc")
        ConsoleHack.WriteLine(sprintf "%s" "abc")

    // .cs code
    // --------

    using System;

    namespace PlayCS
        public class ConsoleHack
            public static void WriteLine(string s)

Saving stripped text from csv file as a string object with Python

Tag : python , By : John Bentley
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I'd like to be able to save text from a file that I had to retrieve from online and decompress (part of an assignment), in order to carry on with my next steps. Specifically, I'd like to save it as its own string object. , You could use a list, and append each line of text to the list.
my_text = []
for line in seq:
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