|-F separator||Specifies the input field separator. Valid separators include the following characters: tab \t, space , comma ,, colon :, semi-colon ;, equal sign =, and pipe |. The default separator is a pipe. Note that parse errors are likely to occur if the specified separator appears in any of the field values.|
Specifies the list of options to apply. Currently the following
options are supported:
|-S sort-dir||Specifies the directory sort should use as a temporary work area. The default directory is that specified by the TMPDIR environment variable or /tmp if TMPDIR is not set.|
|-s sort-command||Specifies the name of an alternate sort utility. Relative paths are affected by your PATH environment variable. Alternate sort utilities must support the -o, -T and -u options. This program was designed to work with GNU sort.|
Specifies the tag pair in the following format:
where <tag-type> represents the type of tag and <tag-value> represents a literal value or the column name, or position (starting at one) of the field to use as the tag value. If <tag-type> is VALUE, then <tag-value> represents a literal value. If <tag-type> is FIELD, then <tag-value> represents the column name, or position of the field to use as the tag value. The default tag type is VALUE, and the default tag value is an empty string.
Specifies a three-tuple type in the following format:
where <file-type> represents the type of files that are to be processed, <field-name> represents the column name or position (starting at one) of the field to process, and <field-type> represents the expected format of the field values. If <field-name> is specified as a name (rather than a position), each input file must have a header line that contains the named column.
Currently, the following file types are supported: GENERIC. The value for this tuple is not case sensitive.
Currently, the following field types are supported: EIN, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SSN, and STRING. The value for this tuple is not case sensitive.
Note: All files processed in a given invocation must be of the same type.
ftimes(1), hipdig(1), ftimes-dbm-make(1)
All documentation and code are distributed under same terms and conditions as FTimes.
|perl v5.20.3||FTIMES-DBM-REAP (1)||2016-04-05|