I am new to shell scripting and would appreciate some help. First some background - I want to display picture showing hosts around the world that have accessed a specific file on a server. All that is logged about the hosts is IP address - which is fine. From these IP addresses I can get a general idea of their location - again fine - via http://api.hostip.info/ (a geolocator). Basically, this is to provide a quick visual. It doesn't need to be extremely detailed. Now, the first part I can handle - converting IP address to Latitude/Longitude. This is done via the following script: Code: #!/bin/sh touch output.txt for line in $(< hosts);do lynx -dump "http://api.hostip.info/rough.php?ip=$line&position=true" >> output.txt done exit 0 This outputs a file with the following format Code: Country: FRANCE Country Code: FR City: Paris Latitude: 48.8 Longitude: 2.33333 Guessed: false Country: UNITED STATES Country Code: US City: Bridgeport, CT Latitude: 41.1863 Longitude: -73.1962 Guessed: true This is where I am stuck. The only data I need from this format is the latitudes and the longitudes. Each lat/long pair needs to be on its own line. Example: Code: 48.8 2.33333 41.1863 -73.1962 My question is: How do I pull just the latitude and longitude from output.txt and put them in the above format? Thank you.