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$ gawk 'BEGIN {print "Daemon >>" }/Daemon/ ' long Daemon >> [ OK ] Listening on PC/SC Smart Card Daemon Activation Socket....

$ gawk 'BEGIN {print "Daemon >>" }/Daemon/ ' long

Daemon >>

[ OK ] Listening on PC/SC Smart Card Daemon Activation Socket.

           Starting LSB: VMWare Tools Daemon...

           Starting Name Service Cache Daemon...
[ OK ] Started Name Service Cache Daemon.
[ OK ] Started LSB: VMWare Tools Daemon.
           Starting OpenSSH Daemon...
[ OK ] Started OpenSSH Daemon.


I need to print "Daemon >>" in the beginning of each line. Please help. 

Seems like it only printed out in the beginning of the file. Its need to be in each line.  I am probably not using the write method for this.

Seeking for advice. Thanks

This question was asked on Jul 19, 2016 for the course COMPUTER S 400 at Silicon Institute of Technology.

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