[Solved] Unix command to cut between strings

Vaibhav Kumar Asks: Unix command to cut between strings
my file:

Code:
Informatica(r) PMCMD, version [10.2.0 HotFix2], build [1911.0401],  Workflow run status: [Failed]

Output I need is Failed

Output I am getting is 10.2.0 HotFix2

Command used:

Code:
grep "Workflow run status:" test.txt | cut -d'[' -f2 | cut -d']' -f1


If Workflow run status: comes in any field, my objective is to search Workflow run status: and then print the status of the field. Because Workflow run status: can come in any line or field

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