the following snippet will fetch any number within quotes
inside the shell script u give
NUMBER=` sed -n 's/<!entity servers"\([0-9]\+\)">/\1/gp' `
$NUMBER has the number that was within quotes
** Note:: the single quote next to '=' is backquote i.e the one thats
above TAB key**
I have the following string within a file .
<!ENTITY servers "5">
Can any one of you tell how to extract the value 5? That is
any value loacted within the " " .
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