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Re: how to achieve foreach 'n'
Sorry for the previous mail.Actually I wanted to ask how can I take 5
records at a time from the relation and perform the desired
operation.Is it feasible to put each 5 tuple in a bag and then apply
'foreach' on the bags??If yes please let me now how can I achieve
this.Or is there any better way to do this.I am new to pig so finding
it a bit tricky.Many thanks.

Regards,
    Mohammad Tariq
On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 1:44 PM, Mohammad Tariq <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello list,
>
>    I have loaded data from an Hbase table and the relation looks like this -
>
> 18.98   2000    1.21    193.46  2.64    58.17
> � ��ȫ ������� �t        52.49   2000.5  4.32    947.11  2.74    64.45
> � ��ȫ ������� �h        115.24  2001    16.8    878.58  2.66    94.49
> � ��ȫ ������� �\        55.55   2001.5  33.03   656.56  2.82    60.76
> � ��ȫ ������� �P        156.14  2002    35.52   83.75   2.6     59.57
> � ��ȫ ������� �D        138.77  2002.5  21.51   105.76  2.62    85.89
> � ��ȫ ������� �8        71.89   2003    27.79   709.01  2.63    85.44
> Regards,
>     Mohammad Tariq
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