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peternlewis Handling multiple arguments within a single variable
action:Execute_a_Shell_Script [2021/01/09 07:16] (current)
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 Accessing Keyboard Maestro Variables in Python is somewhat different. ​ Here is an example: Accessing Keyboard Maestro Variables in Python is somewhat different. ​ Here is an example:
 +
 +REQUIRES: The following two Keyboard Maestro variables to exist and contain the requisite text:
 +
 + local_DataStr
 + local_CharToCount
  
 ```python ```python
 #​!/​usr/​bin/​env python #​!/​usr/​bin/​env python
 +# Python Version: 2.7.x
 +
 import os import os
 print os.environ['​KMVAR_local_DataStr'​].count(os.environ['​KMVAR_local_CharToCount'​]) print os.environ['​KMVAR_local_DataStr'​].count(os.environ['​KMVAR_local_CharToCount'​])
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 ==== awk ==== ==== awk ====
  
-[Using shell variables in awk](https://​stackoverflow.com/​a/​15787068/​915019) is also different than in most other shell languages. ​ You need to pass the environment ​variable as parameter to the -v flag.+[Using shell variables in awk](https://​stackoverflow.com/​a/​15787068/​915019) is also different than in most other shell languages. ​ You need to pass the shell variable as parameter to the -v flag.
  
 Some examples: Some examples:
  
 ```bash ```bash
-# EXAMPLE 1+# EXAMPLE 1 – Using an awk variable in an awk script: 
 + 
 +awk -v myVar=4 'BEGIN {print "myVar is " myVar}'​ 
 + 
 +# --> My var is 4 
 + 
 +# --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 + 
 +# EXAMPLE 2 – Printing a shell variable with awk: 
 + 
 +myShellVariable='​What can I do for you today?'​ 
 + 
 +awk -v awkVariable="​$myShellVariable"​ 'BEGIN {print "The value of VAR is: " awkVariable}'​ 
 + 
 +# --> The value of VAR is: What can I do for you today?
  
-echo | awk -v my_var=4 '​{print "My var is " my_var}'​ +# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-#-->My var is 4+
  
-# EXAMPLE ​2+# EXAMPLE ​3 – Using KM Variables with awk
  
-VAR=3 +(You must have a value in the Keyboard Maestro variable My_KM_Variable.)
-echo | awk -v env_var="​$VAR"​ '​{print "​The ​value of VAR is " env_var}'​ +
-#-->The value of VAR is 3+
  
-# USING KM VARIABLES with awk+awk -v awkVariable="​$KMVAR_My_KM_Variable"​ 'BEGIN {print "The value of My_KM_Variable is: \""​awkVariable"​\""​}'​
  
-echo | awk -v env_var="​$KMVAR_My_KM_Variable"​ '​{print "The value of My_KM_Variable is: \""​env_var"​\""​}'​ +# --> The value of My_KM_Variable is: "Contents of KM Variable: My_KM_Variable"
-#-->The value of My_KM_Variable is: "Text from KM var"+
 ``` ```
  
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